Rappler's latest stories on discipline
It seems that the quarantine emphasizes disciplining the hardheaded and the unruly more than confining of the virus
(UPDATED) In his veto message, President Duterte says corporal punishment can be administered in a way 'that the children remember it not as an act of hate or abuse, but a loving act of discipline that desires only to uphold their welfare'
'I am scared that I won't find anyone I can grow with in the sexual sense'
(UPDATED) The bill will now be tackled at the bicameral conference committee level, where lawmakers will reconcile conflicting provisions in the House and Senate versions
'A lot of this you have to understand needs the acceptance of the public outside of the area. Because taxes from Luzon, Visayas will be provided here and if the people do not agree that this money is being spent correctly, then we will have a problem.'
UPDATED The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection is investigating Sun Zhengcai who until last week was party chief in the major city of Chongqing for a serious discipline violation
Since it officially became a registered non profit organization in 1995 ChildHope Asia has helped more than 10 300 street children in Manila get a brighter future
Youth Sports Advocacy uses sports to transform kids to become better individuals Some of their trainees have become varsity players in their respective schools
UPDATED Bagong Henerasyon Representative Bernadette Herrera Dy says corporal punishment only teaches the child that violence is an acceptable behavior and something worthy of emulation
But Quezon City Mayor Herbert Bautista defends barangays right to enforce their own curfew ordinances and denies allegations that the city is trying to circumvent the TRO
A gov t investigating panel says the department should make propaganda appear more valid by enhancing its attractiveness and appeal
Despite being cautious in managing their finances around 4 in 10 Filipino investors carry debt
The bestselling author was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer 4 weeks before he died
Filipinos have no discipline Do you agree?
UP president Alfredo Pascual breaks his silence on the recent incidents in UP Diliman that allegedly involved his fellow Upsilonians
Despite the global movement to end all corporal punishment of children the Philippines still remains among the many countries that do not ban it at home
Positive Discipline is an approach that teaches children and guides their behaviors while respecting their rights
The Supreme Court adopts the recommendation of the Integrated Bar that contracting a marriage during the subsistence of a previous one amounts to grossly immoral conduct
Critics say Indian airlines have been expanding rapidly to meet rising demand while operating on razor thin profit margins and are facing a tough challenge to meet safety regulations
Sri Lanka s military admits that soldiers had abused and tortured female recruits
I have often wondered when it is we will ever take time especially the time of others seriously