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Just like the senators did, representatives unanimously approve on final reading the bill giving the President the power to set the school opening at a later date
The Department of Education says all learning materials will be free of charge once they become available
The clarification comes after a report stated at least 30 athletes were told they would lose their scholarships in the first term of the academic year 2020-2021
The Teachers' Dignity Coalition says delaying the opening of classes would give them more time to prepare for the distance learning approach
Founder and CEO Henry Motte-Muñoz makes the present less scary for educators
(UPDATED) Senate Bill 1541 seeks to give the President the power to set the start of classes later than August during a state of emergency
The Department of Education says it is eyeing to release the cash allowance on the second week of June
Hindi natakot maantala sa pag-aaral ang ating mga magulang at lolo’t lola noong World War 2. Ang pandemya ay isang digmaan. Nakataya ang buhay nating lahat. Bakit tayo nagmamadali?
This comes after Angelicum School Iloilo's director, Rev. Fr. Maximo Gatela, announces the cessation of operations effective July 31 due to the difficult implications brought about by the coronavirus pandemic
The Department of Education releases the guidelines for enrollment for the school year 2020-2021
The Department of Education says it will find a way to bring printed learning materials to students
Hundreds of secondary schools open their doors for senior students, the first classes in the state sector since late January
Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque says that face-to-face classes will only be allowed in areas that are no longer under community quarantine by the time classes start
Students in areas without internet access may attend barangay 'makeshift classes' with radio or TV sets, says the presidential spokesperson
The Pasig mayor says whether or not physical classes resume, the city is 'identifying funds' for personal learning devices for public school students
A public school in Taguig is the first in the Philippines to dress robots in toga to represent its graduates. The first in the world to do that was a university in Tokyo.
The Senator Renato ‘Compañero’ Cayetano Memorial Science and Technology High School resorts to technology to comply with the prohibition on mass gatherings
Pro-Duterte users spam a Facebook page meant for alumni of Daisy Dales Senior Secondary School in India, much to the confusion of the page’s admins
If education authorities want a new education 'normal' where blended learning is a viable strategy, they must go beyond simply encouraging its use. Government must provide funding support.
Although young people appear less vulnerable to COVID-19, experts say they could still be a vector for contagion, a major worry for both parents and teachers
Swimming star Joseph Schooling requests to defer national military service yet again following the postponement of the Tokyo Olympics
Need work-from-home supplies, books, art supplies, and more? National Book Store's website is now taking orders for home delivery.
What do you think can be done to improve the SHS curriculum in the country?
Allowing part of the Philippine Science High School main campus to be used by PCMC is the institution's contribution in the fight against COVID-19, on top of the face shields it has developed for health workers, says a school official
Researchers identify changes in 3 features – liver enzyme alanine aminotransferase (ALT), reported body aches, and hemoglobin levels – that may predict COVID-19 progression to acute respiratory disease syndrome
Displaced Lumad children and teachers worry about what will happen to them in the next few weeks amid the growing number of coronavirus cases
Due to the community quarantine, they are having difficulties getting the acetate film and 3D printer filament needed to produce the face shields
Experts say the government should hit pause on infrastructure projects and focus on people's immediate needs
Rappler talks to Alfredo Paloyo, senior lecturer at the University of Wollongong in Australia, on what the Philippine government should do to protect the poor and save the economy from the coronavirus pandemic
Filipino economists recommend cash aid, food and non-food vouchers, and paid leaves to save lives and the economy
The shorter school calendar covers only public grade schools and high schools. Private schools may use their discretion in adjusting their school calendars
Several school administrators and student leaders call for 'safe space desks' on campuses nationwide, where victims could report their experiences for immediate action
Japan's education ministry formally request all elementary, junior and high schools in the country to close next Monday several weeks ahead of the start of their spring break in late March
There are even instances when LGBTQ people are made to sign 'contracts' to ensure they did not express their sexual orientation and gender identity
Families attend ceremonies near the site of the massacre in Parkland, Florida, as they observe a minute of silence at 10:17 am for the 17 victims
Written by Bicol-based journalist Mavic Conde, the story tells of opportunities for full-time work that out-of-school youth and undergraduates got through DOLE's Jobstart program
What challenges lie ahead for indigenous children in Mindanao after the government closed down 54 Lumad schools? Rius Valle of the Save Our Schools Network give us some answers.
Parents says the popular app ClassDojo raises fears about teacher bias
Will students from indigenous communities be able to return to their schools now that martial law in Mindanao has been lifted?
Did you take the UST Entrance Test for school year 2020-2021?
(UPDATED) With nearly a million teachers nationwide, a salary increase for them would already entail big sums of money, according to some government officials
DepEd officials are worried as classes are set to open January 6
From wintermelon donuts, milk tea cheesecake, and milk tea bingsu – it's 2019, and we still can't get enough of milk tea!
(UPDATED) President Rodrigo Duterte asks Congress to fast-track a measure that would raise the salary of public school teachers by 20% to 30%
As with any battle, preparation is key, says the young mayor of Pasig City as he tries to overhaul decades of rigid bureaucracy and patronage politics in his hometown
A relieved Joseph Schooling gets the chance to defend his 100m butterfly gold in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics
Swimming star Joseph Schooling competes in the Philippine hosting of the 2019 Southeast Asian Games with an Olympic berth on the line
Some powers of the Legal Education Board (LEB) are also declared as unconstitutional
Now on its 30th year, the Mindanao Association of State Tertiary Schools, Inc. (MASTS) celebrates with the theme: "A legacy of leadership, unity, and passion through sports, cultures, and the arts"
Donations pour in for a 16-year-old student of Lianga Comprehensive High School in Surigao del Sur who used a banana leaf to jot down notes