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The proposed law says the GMRC class would teach students about human dignity and respect for others for their 'effective and holistic development'
Students need to see educational institutions not as hell, but as a safe space for them to discover themselves and society at large
The Supreme Court defends the exclusion as making sure there is no duplication of subjects, since Filipino is already taught in elementary and high school
The law is an exercise of the state’s police power, the High Court says
The Philippine Business for Education also calls on more companies to offer internships to senior high school students so that employers themselves can become familiar with the students' skills
The Department of Education says its review will strengthen '21st century skills,' such as information and media literacy, communication skills, and life skills are developed across all subjects and grade levels
Philippine Business for Education says they will hire and train 600,000 K to 12 graduates and will rethink their hiring guidelines in support of the program
With the theme One DepEd for Quality Basic Education the 2nd National K to 12 Conference builds on the gains of the first conference organized in early December of 2016
We find at CHED that more people want the diploma from college when maybe it is better for them to go to TESDA to take vocational courses We are trying to change that mindset says CHED chairperson Patricia Licuanan
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
An education official is also asked if the DepEd will take a more active role in the government s sports development program
Can the 2016 presidential bets deliver on their many promises on education reform?
League of Filipino Students: Gov t turning our schools into a factory of cheap semi skilled and docile laborers needed by foreign corporations
Teach for the Philippines is looking for a new cohort of Teacher Fellows committed to sharing their passion for education
Recto: This should be augmented because if there will be 50 000 employees affected it translates into about P840 in monthly aid per individual
Books are passports to learning possibilities Help young Mindanawans achieve their potential
Now is not the time to hit the brakes on a national reform we desperately need and have been working towards for the past years
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A public school teacher ponders on what impact the K to 12 program will have on her son
UP has introduced improvements in its application process to address concerns on the accessibility of the UPCAT
We used to be envied by countries in the Orient They dreamed of becoming a prosperous and promising nation like the Philippines But what happened?
The senior high school graduates from the Higher School ng UMak are the first and the largest batch to graduate in the Philippines
From 21 million last year the number of enrollees this year increased to 23 million as DepEd targets marginalized groups
A bill institutionalizing a 12 year school system is approved on final reading by the House of Representatives
I personally know that I just can’t blame all of this country’s problems on the government though it’s always a great temptation I understand that I actually have a say in whether this country sinks or swims
The DepEds K 12 program starts today Students now get two more years of schooling before college Is it a good or bad thing?
Nobody really understands the problem of the masses more than the people who ve actually been there