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'I realized that online learning is not exactly a worst case scenario'
It's more Filipino and more affordable, says the Pasig mayor
There are even instances when LGBTQ people are made to sign 'contracts' to ensure they did not express their sexual orientation and gender identity
'Joining the [Programme for International Student Assessment] next year without cascading the reforms, I don't think we will expect good results,' says the chair of the Senate committee on basic education
PRESS RELEASE: DepEd regional offices shall coordinate with their Department of Budget and Management counterparts for the issuance of Notices of Cash Allocation, says Undersecretary Annalyn Sevilla
PRESS RELEASE: As Executive Director, Cinderella Filipina Benitez-Jaro will serve as head of the Commission Secretariat and will oversee the overall implementation and operations of the CHED Central and Regional Offices
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.
(UPDATED) The education department says only the National Schools Press Conference, the National Science and Technology Fair, and the National Festival of Talents are postponed
The proposed law says the GMRC class would teach students about human dignity and respect for others for their 'effective and holistic development'
Will students from indigenous communities be able to return to their schools now that martial law in Mindanao has been lifted?
La Salle sensation Jamie Malonzo emerges as favorite to be chosen first in the 2020 PBA D-League Draft
PRESS RELEASE: Ang 'Iispel Mo!' ay pambansang timpalak sa pagbaybay sa wikang Filipino na batay sa mga umiiral na tuntunin ng Ortograpiyang Pambansa at Manwal sa Masinop ng Pagsulat
Hindi namimili ang salitang 'trahedya,' at hindi rin dapat namimili ang salitang 'kaligtasan'
How can we expect regret and repentance from a family that consciously alters the past?
The show returns on January 17
(UPDATED) With nearly a million teachers nationwide, a salary increase for them would already entail big sums of money, according to some government officials
Do you have any intention or ambition to contribute to the country?
The Philippine Institute of Development Studies says lack of transportation, basic facilities, and infrastructure are major challenges in providing education to children with disabilities
'Only you can make a story out of the light that brought you here. Only you can weave the piece from your own fabric of spacetime.'
The memory of being fired upon while in class follows almost 100 Lumad children, who have been evacuated from Mindanao to the University of the Philippines in Diliman
Ang mga guro muna ang dapat malugod sa pagbabasa bago ang kanilang mag-aaral. Dahil hindi kayang isalin kahit ng pinakamasinop na learning plan at daily lesson log ang lugod at kawilihang dulot ng pagbabasa.
This cannot be a quick fix. What is required is a sustained undertaking spanning multiple presidential administrations.
'When you educate a girl you give them power and a voice and an opportunity to improve their lives and the lives of their family and the lives of their community,' says Michelle Obama
Decades of skewed priorities in education have come to slap us in the face: we are now officially a country with the worst proficiency in reading for 15-year-olds
'Minsan mas nauubos ang panahon ng mga teachers kakagawa ng paperworks at iba pang gawain kaysa sa pagtuturo. The system has to change,' says one netizen
We have come to tolerate the students who have low proficiencies in science, math, and English, even if we know our learners can do more
The Philippines ranks last among 79 countries in reading comprehension, and also ends up in the low 70s in mathematics and science
At least we now have baseline data that we can use to compare our country’s PISA performance with other countries. It’s better than groping in the dark.
The survey showed students in the 4 Chinese regions of Beijing, Shanghai, Jiangsu and Zhejiang – as well as Singapore – topped the rankings, ahead of their Western counterparts in reading, mathematics and science
Some powers of the Legal Education Board (LEB) are also declared as unconstitutional
Using one's popularity and reach to crucify a teacher in the public eye never solves anything
The Department of Education says cooperation of all stakeholders is needed to 'maintain and promote trust, respect, and dignity of all learners, teachers, and administrators of schools'
'As far as I know, pride is still one of the 7 deadly sins,' says Senate President Vicente Sotto III on a DepEd memo inviting schools to observe LGBTQ+ Pride Month every June
Would you mind a conversation with the taxi driver or the package delivery boy about the things that matter to him?
The Commission on Audit orders the Department of Education to pay retired public school teacher Nelita Gador her full 2016 salary amounting to P288,511, plus cash benefits she was supposed to get that year
A Commission on Higher Education regional memorandum endorses security forces' Sulat-Kamay information campaign inside universities in the Cordillera Administrative Region
Web Wednesdays is a monthly webinar that aims to support digital education in the Philippines
Advocates talk about 4 sectors – urban poor, out-of-school youth and children, and indigenous peoples – during a MovePH huddle done in partnership with the UP College of Education Student Council
Students need to see educational institutions not as hell, but as a safe space for them to discover themselves and society at large
It is no surprise to me if more students tend to believe that Rizal is actually ‘Jack the Ripper’ or wonder why Apolinario Mabini is always sitting in the film 'Heneral Luna'
Lila Ramos-Shahani will also no longer serve as Department of Foreign Affairs assistant secretary
But the Department of Education welcomes a proposal in the House of Representatives to review the K to 12 Law
MovePH, in partnership with University of the Philippines Diliman College of Education Student Council will host this huddle on October 26
'The bill is counterproductive, anti-education, anti-alumni, anti-students, and anti-science,' says alumnus Joseph Masangkay Lardizabal
Honoring teachers must not be limited to celebrating them once a year or giving them discounts and tributes
'This is a clear injustice faced by the 3,500 students and more than 30 teachers of the schools,' says Bayan Muna Representative Eufemia Cullamat
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