Jee Y. Geronimo

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Jee Geronimo knew she wanted to write as early as high school, but all throughout college did not know what exactly to write about.

She explored all possibilities as a Communication major in Ateneo, even joining the school publication The GUIDON and spending her internship with investigative news magazine Newsbreak. It was not until her first job in a small high school in Laguna that she found what she is most passionate about: education.

Jee covers the promising sector of education, and believes good education governance means cascading every reform down to the last teacher and student. And while she still cringes at most of her blogs back in high school, she thinks it was one of the best times of her life. She hopes every student can say the same about school.

Jee also writes about health and, on rare occasions, Asian culture. She has decided to live vicariously through Asian drama series until she starts backpacking across the continent. She also hopes to visit Israel someday to retrace the steps of her Savior.

Jul 2017
PHILIPPINES 03:00pm, Jul 15, 2017
Give dignity kits to Marawi women, senator tells gov't

MANILA, Philippines – Senator Juan Edgardo Angara on Saturday, July 15, urged the government to distribute dignity kits for women displaced by the ongoing clashes between government troops and ...

PHILIPPINES 10:42am, Jul 15, 2017
Population Commission hopes SC will soon lift implants TRO

MANILA, Philippines – The Commission on Population (PopCom) said it hopes the Supreme Court (SC) will lift "within the year" the 2015 temporary restraining order (TRO) on the health department's ...

PHILIPPINES 07:00pm, Jul 14, 2017
DENR sues Palawan mining firm for illegal tree cutting

MANILA, Philippines – The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) on Friday, July 14, filed a criminal complaint against Ipilan Nickel Corporation (INC) for its "massive ...

ENVIRONMENT 07:20pm, Jul 13, 2017
PH still deadliest country in Asia for environmental defenders – report

MANILA, Philippines – At least 28 land and environmental defenders were killed in the Philippines – the highest number in Asia for the 4th straight year, according to the latest report by ...

ENVIRONMENT 07:05pm, Jul 13, 2017
2016 deadliest year for environment defenders – report

MANILA, Philippines – At least 200 land and environmental defenders died in 2016, the deadliest year on record according to the latest report by environmental monitor Global Witness. Released ...

PHILIPPINES 02:16pm, Jul 12, 2017
CHED commissioner to UP chancellor: Why criticize gov't?

MANILA, Philippines – Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Commissioner Prospero de Vera III on Wednesday, July 12, called out University of the Philippines (UP) Diliman Chancellor Michael Tan for ...

PHILIPPINES 09:40pm, Jul 11, 2017
No tuition collection in UP Diliman 'until gov't clear' about subsidy policy

MANILA, Philippines – The Diliman campus of the University of the Philippines (UP) announced Tuesday, July 11, that there will be no collection of tuition for the first semester of academic year ...

PHILIPPINES 05:05pm, Jul 11, 2017
Health experts push for PH policy on teenage pregnancy

MANILA, Philippines – Imagine this: Every day, 5 girls aged 10 to 14 become pregnant or give birth in the Philippines. Commission on Population (PopCom) Executive Director Juan Antonio Perez III ...

AGOS 09:30pm, Jul 08, 2017
Disaster imagination: 3 steps toward disaster preparedness

MANILA, Philippines – "If not for disaster imagination, your preparedness may not be appropriate." This was the statement of Renato Solidum Jr, Department of Science and Technology undersecretary ...

AGOS 02:42pm, Jul 08, 2017
Agos eBayanihan: 'Be information responders'

MANILA, Philippines – Rappler relaunched its Agos eBayanihan Platform on Saturday, July 8, during the second day of the Agos Summit on Disaster Preparedness. "Kailangan po natin [ng information]. ...