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Bench-IIE Serial Reading Program: An effective reading intervention »

For Marlyn Gerio and her sixth grade (section Mercury) English language students, the Bench-sponsored Serial Reading Program (SRP) has become more than just another class exercise.

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‘Brilliant idea’ changes lives of teacher-partners »

Since Inquirer in Education (IIE), through the Learning section editor, had the brilliant idea of serializing stories in the paper for use in classrooms, things have not been quite the same for us who are teacher-partners.

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IIE Teachers Writing Workshop »

If you are an elementary or high school teacher who teaches writing and likes to do some writing yourself, the IIE Teachers Writing Workshop is for you. This inaugural workshop will be held on two succeeding Saturdays, May 10 and 17, at the Inquirer offices on Chino Roces Avenue in Makati City.

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Special children are blessings from God, says bishop »

Filipino families raising special children should not consider them as a “chastisement by God,” according to Sorsogon Bishop Arturo Bastes.

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‘Aha!’ moments with bright market prospects »

Sometimes brilliant ideas come out of the simplest situations.

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Catholic education must respond to new realities »

I stand before you today acutely aware of what I must represent in this ecclesial gathering: first and foremost a woman, an Asian from a developing nation and a lay leader of a Catholic school. My story reflects the new realities the Church needs to respond to.

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Bill seeks setting up of special education centers in the provinces »

Children with special needs may have a different set of educational requirements, but this no excuse to deprive them of the chance to grow and learn.

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‘We have no Planet B’ »

With what words would you send off the graduates of Ateneo de Manila University Loyola Schools? If you were Jose Ma. Lorenzo Tan, an alumnus (AB Psychology, 1974) who is now CEO and vice chairman of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), would warn them a little, lift their spirits a little and let them surf the blues a little with words that send out an SOS: For them to continue to enjoy food, air and water, they had better take care of the planet because there is no Planet B.

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Olongapo, Virginia Beach engage in student exchange program »

Olongapo City and Virginia Beach City in the United States (US) have embarked on an educational exchange program to give their students invaluable cross-cultural experience while pursuing their studies.

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Catching up in S&T »

An increasingly globalized economy, characterized not only by increased connectedness but also tough competition, innovation, resource shortages and a pressing need to protect the environment, has sharpened the focus on science and technology (S&T), complemented by good, rigorous and relevant research.

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More students to learn the language of romance »

The Embassy of France is planning to expand its language program in the Philippines to help open more opportunities for Filipinos in the French-speaking world.

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The ‘best’ for Filipino students »

For 12-year-old Joemayleen Naquita, waking up for school on a February day was as exciting as rising on Christmas morning.

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Education and the ‘Muslim problem’ »

The first time I heard the term “Muslim problem” used in a conversation, I could not help but ask the stranger sitting next to me in a coffee shop what he meant and why he used “Muslim” and “problem” in the same sentence.

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Young scientists generate solutions to current problems »

Three budding Filipino scientists received recently the BPI-DOST Science Awards for projects designed to address some of the country’s needs.

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