Students in 114 state colleges and universities can post on the Facebook page their experiences in availing themselves of the free tuition
School opening complaints from parents and students may be sent directly to the Department of Education (DepEd) Central Office or to its local counterparts
The Commission on Higher Education and the Department of Budget and Management have issued implementing guidelines on the grant of free tuition in state universities and colleges nationwide
The kids who live in the middle of the university belt do not know how to write or count. Dara Tuazon, a University of the East student, hopes to change that.
Why sacrifice General Education subjects for the sake of specialization, when it can enhance the learning capacity of students to specialize? Why be so spendthrift to investing in shaping the minds of future generations?
We need to focus more on the disadvantages that poor students face much earlier in their lives
The system of multigrade schooling is important to universal access to education, and it should be maintained even with current shortfalls performance when children get older
Perhaps it’s time for us to initiate the policy process 'from below' – for the people to articulate the policies they would like the Duterte government to act on
The number of displacements is 'much lower than the initial projection,' the Commission on Higher Education tells congressmen during the budget hearing
The President says he wants to raise the salaries of teachers but does not explain where he will get the funds
Outgoing education secretary Armin Luistro looks back on DepEd's milestones on educational reform over the past 6 years, such as the K-12 system and the academic calendar shift.
At least 56 teachers shell out their hard-earned money to buy school supplies and candies to welcome kinder students at the Ibalon Central School
Critics dispute the Education Secretary's assertion, citing the high cost of tuition despite the availability of vouchers and the low enrollment turnout which could lead to a greater number of out-of-school youth
President Aquino says 'the credentials of our countrymen working overseas are already being questioned' because they lack K to 12 education. Reality is against the government's claim.
The transition period of the K to 12 program is taking its toll on the finances of public school students entering senior high in Sta Cruz, Laguna
The Department of Education in Cebu has targeted to build 1,038 classrooms to accommodate expected Grade 11 enrolees, but only 371 have been completed
Education Secretary Armin Luistro says the remaining job is up to the local offices – DepEd's regional and division offices
Education Assistant Secretary Jesus Mateo says they have not received reports of classroom shortages for senior high school
(UPDATED) Initially skeptical about the education program, Duterte now says he was convinced by Department of Education officials to support it
Students who want to avail of the voucher program can apply until May 6, 2016
Teachers in Barangay San Jose in Donsol, Sorsogon go the extra mile to improve students' reading skills
Rappler documents the complaints against the senior high school program that will be implemented in 2016, while Education Secretary Luistro thinks 'there's more excitement than anxiety' about the program
(UPDATED) May kakilala ba kayong taga-Diliman na may dormitory slots nga pero hindi kaya ang bayad?
Books are passports to learning possibilities. Help young Mindanawans achieve their potential!
'All of us are part of this fight for a better Philippines. Be involved and engaged in what’s happening in our country,' Josh Mahinay urges other OFWs
A new cohort of Teach for the Philippines teacher fellows commit to the vision that by 2050, all Filipino children will have access to education
Albay Representative Fernando Gonzalez says classrooms that can accommodate senior high school are not ready, and many students will be displaced
In our country, it seems, we need to figure out how to keep boys in school and how to motivate them to complete their education
Here is a shopping list prepared by Rappler based on information from the Department of Education
The Negros Movement for Quality Education will also hold protest rallies at public schools when classes open on June 1
The way the CHED evaluates universities as centers of excellence is 'killing our culture and selling our souls to the wishes of the multinationals'
Incoming Iskolar ng Bayan Alyannah Terite, a 4Ps beneficiary, cannot wait to give back to the country once she graduates as an engineer
Student activists say the death of Cagayan State University student Rosanna Sanfuego shows the 'worst effect' of 'state abandonment of education'
'Our education needs more discipline and depth, so our frame of thought would be fixed,' says Foreign Affairs Undersecretary Laura Del Rosario, chair of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Senior Officials' Meeting
The newly signed Open Distance Learning law provides 'access to education when the source of information and the learners are separated by time and distance or both'
A battle for control over the Philippine Women's University has alumni appealing for calm, fairness, and loyalty to the school
Teachers should be supported and not ridiculed, netizens say
The law mandates SUCs to admit and provide scholarship to the top 10 students in the graduating class of public high schools
Here's how civil society, local government units and volunteers can work together to improve the delivery of quality education in every community
In Pakistan, a group of business leaders has been using personal money and corporate donations to build schools in far-flung communities since 1995. The Citizens’ Foundation will receive the Ramon Magsaysay Award this year.
But a year before the deadline, the country is losing the fight to lessen maternal deaths
My unreasonable fear of children was overshadowed by the sobering need to help
'Love is always a challenge, and the only way to even attempt to respond to this impossible call is a matter of faith'
They wanted their child to appreciate Singapore, but they ended up appreciating the Philippines in a whole new light
Emotionally-charged, ill-informed nationalist polemics about the national language move us away from more productive debates
It's that time of the year again - when the rooms are crowded and the streets will soon be flooded
The Commission says the public should expect quality education from these schools
This helps prevent logistical problems in June says Education Secretary Armin Luistro