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Pitong guro mula sa iba't ibang lugar sa Pilipinas ang pinarangalan at kinilala ng Komisyon ng Wikang Filipino para sa kanilang mga kontribusyon sa pagpapayaman ng wika
War dramatically changed my students' lives. I had witnessed how carefree teenagers became socially involved citizens.
Several teachers go above and beyond just to teach students in remote areas in Samar, with some of them having to cross rivers, climb mountains, and walk for hours in order to reach the school
'As much as we want to give quality education to our students, we also want to give quality living to our family, which our humble income cannot afford'
Education Secretary Leonor Briones says, 'there have been serious efforts to uplift teachers’ conditions that the public should also be made aware of'
The 10 awardees will each receive a cash prize of P1 million, a gold medallion, and a trophy
The attempt to set a new Guinness world record is part of the celebration of the National Teachers' Month
Ambassador to China Jose Santiago Sta Romana says this is China s way of helping in Philippine development in view of improved bilateral ties under President Rodrigo Duterte
The teacher s name can t be revealed at this stage because we are still busy with internal processes says Philippine embassy spokesman Joselito Chad Jacinto
No matter what happens I’d come back and leave my mark
There s worry over the planned Bahamianization of the local workforce
The low salary of teachers in the Philippines forces many of them to seek greener pastures
A report funded by the United Nations Development Programme out of 100 students who enter Grade 1 only 68 will complete 6th grade and of that number only 57 will go to high school of which only 42 will graduate