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Meet our young serial readers »

“The Looking Glass Tree,” an environment-friendly tale written by Cyan Abad-Jugo and illustrated by Steph Bravo, was this school year’s featured story in the Inquirer in Education (IIE) Serial Reading Program sponsored by Bench.

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Teaching reading with a new flavor and a new fervor »

It was such a great honor and privilege to be part of the 2014 Bench-Inquirer in Education (IIE) Serial Reading program.

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Transformation comes before technology at schools »

The education dialogue in today’s world is not about how much schools are spending on technology but, in many ways, about how they are thinking to drive change, according to the technology leaders who spoke at the recent Bett Asia Leadership Summit in Singapore.

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Eco-marathon to showcase students’ ‘green’ car ideas »

For Shell Eco-marathon Asia 2015 on Feb. 25 to March 1, Filipino participants are building cars that can go much farther—on less fuel.

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ACET results are out »

High school seniors who took the Ateneo College Entrance Test (ACET) for the 2015-2016 Academic Year can now determine if they will be future Ateneans.

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Brotherhood transcends religion »

Looking back to my early years as a teacher, I particularly relish the memory of the Jecamus Bros., as three of my sophomore boys referred to themselves.

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‘Green-ness’ marks winning entries in design contest »

A University of San Carlos (USC Cebu) student, who incorporated a garden in her design of the interiors of an imaginary home, is the first Filipino winner for interior design in the Nippon Paint Young Designer Award (NPYDA).

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A meeting place for Asia’s ed-tech community »

No one at the first Bett Asia Leadership Summit in Singapore, which was held very early in December, said technology would be the answer to all the educational woes of the developing nations in the Asia-Pacific region.

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If I were a student again . . . »

The other night I had a bad dream. I was back in high school and was running in the dark hallway looking for my locker. “Where is it?” I started to panic. “Gosh! I’m late. Where are my books? Are there exams today?”

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Specialista Desk helps boost interest in tech-voc courses »

The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (Tesda) has opened a Specialista Desk at the Lingkod Pinoy Center (LPC) of Robinsons Malolos in Bulacan province.

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Parañaque students get treated to Colorful Dreams »

The library was packed with kids eager to learn about the main character in Kristine Canon’s “Si Pilong Patago-Tago,” played by Lurvin Ocampo.

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For the mind to grow, allow it space to play »

Children all over the world love to play. Even in places of wars and disasters, while journalists are reporting on TV the grim situation, you can see children playing in the mud or among the ruins in the background. Playing is a survival instinct.

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UP’s pioneering program sustains mission to treat speech disorders »

As the national university, the University of the Philippines (UP) has often blazed the trail for new programs, introducing new courses even before the need for them becomes evident.

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Take a deep breath »

Breathe in, breathe out! You should be thankful for every breath you take because it keeps you alive.

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