Rappler's latest stories on schools in the Philippines
Justice Leonen raises the concern that the nationwide test under the control of the State may infringe on academic freedom
This means British School Manila will no longer be shut down by the Department of Education
As students wear black shirts and armbands for a silent protest, they find themselves under fire by the school's administration.
Prosecutors say Lee In Suk and Tiehua Woom cannot be held responsible for the possible contamination of the candies they gave away
Leyte Normal University assures the social media personalities that the poster was made 'without malicious intentions of maligning your persons'
For its own sake, I suggest that Pines City College withdraw this discriminatory, judgmental and patronizing policy
Pines City Colleges is under fire for making pregnancy tests a requirement for dentistry, pharmacy, and nursing students before they can enroll
This week's selection of photo highlights here and around the world
For countless years, these spooky stories have passed on from generation to generation – sending chills running down everyone's spines
From ghosts haunting the halls and rooms of the school to apparitions that disappear in the blink of an eye, University of St. La Salle has its own share of spooky stories.
Creatures of myth and horror stories passed down from one generation of BUeños to another
Rappler sits down with UP VP Jose Dalisay and ADMU VP Jaime Hofileña to discuss the role of universities in protecting democracy
Teachers and students air their views on the military's move to tag their schools as places of communist recruitment for an ouster plot against President Duterte
'Definitely, the list is longer because youth and students all over the country are fed up with this atrocious regime,' says militant youth group Anakbayan
'Some of the schools included in the list as such however are subject of continuing validation,' says the Armed Forces of the Philippines
Responding to calls for Saturday makeup classes to be prohibited, the Department of Education says schools should balance the need for learning with the rights of students and teachers
The Department of Education says about 15 million students are affected nearly a week since Typhoon Ompong hit the Philippines
The school which conferred honoris causa on the actor is not recognized by CHED
'This is hopefully something DepEd will really do, especially in public schools because children face different issues nowadays,' says PUP student Carlo Arevalo
DepEd Assistant Secretary Josephine Maribojoc says teaching children the universality of human rights will give them the skills needed to protect themselves from violence and abuse and seek help when needed
The COA report says the students come from the Philippine Science High School campuses in Western Visayas and Cordillera Administrative Region
The country's top university receives over 60,000 additional applications as aspiring students snake around the UP Diliman campus to beat the deadline to apply
On the last day of filing applications for students from Metro Manila private schools, hopefuls get an idea why UP is sometimes called the 'University of Pila'
The students win the Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire's 2018 Beamline for Schools competition with their proposal to explore the use of particles known as 'pions' for cancer therapy
The Department of Education confirms that no police officials will be involved in the drug testing. School boards will follow DepEd and CHED guidelines, as well as local ordinances.
What does the Dusit Hospitality Management College have to offer?
Army First Lieutenant Orlando Casipit Jr says 'education is the only way out of poverty' for children of Barangay Mabini in Basey, Samar
The first 'Kusina ng Kalinga' project in Batangas boasts of being able to reduce the malnutrition rate from 11% to zero among beneficiary schools
In Balabag Elementary School, one of the 6 public schools on the island, only around 1,300 students enroll this year, from 1,700 in 2017.
Here is a look at scenes from schools as millions of Filipino students begin school year 2018-2019
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The Department of Education says it is 'all systems go' as an estimated 27,757,546 children from kindergarten to Grade 12 will troop back to public and private schools
Netizens highlight the ways in which an overburdened public school system affects students and teachers
(UPDATED) Vice President Leni Robredo says she supports raising the salaries of teachers, whom she considers as 'heroes'
At the launch of Department of Education's Oplan Balik Eskwela 2018, Undersecretary Jesus Mateo says among the problems schools face include the availability of classrooms – especially in highly populated areas of Metro Manila
In his memorandum to the Ateneo community announcing Jose Maria Hofileña's appointment, university president Father Jose Ramon Villarin, SJ, points out the special mission of lawyers and law students in the era of fake news
Yuchengco-owned iPeople Incorporated, operator of Mapua University, will be the surviving entity in the merger
(UPDATED) Here are the key moments in the controversial implementation of the dengue immunization program by the Department of Health
The Asian Institute of Management bets on data science as one way to reclaim its place among the top business schools in Asia
The Department of Health widens the coverage of its school based HPV immunization program to female public school students aged 9 to 12 years old in 47 provinces
UPDATED Female students aged 9 to 12 enrolled in public schools can get the HPV vaccine for free
Schools in the STI network see a surge in enrollment due to the K to 12 program
At least 56 teachers shell out their hard earned money to buy school supplies and candies to welcome kinder students at the Ibalon Central School
The number of enrollees in senior high is almost double the number of Grade 10 completers in the city Many of the enrollees come from neighboring provinces
The regional office of the Department of Education has asked public high school principals to trace whether all the Grade 10 completes have enrolled in Grace 11
The Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines slams the attempt of Ferdinand Marcos Jr to canonize the harrowing horrors of the Martial rule
The benefits of faster and reliable Internet access are immense and obvious yet politicians and the government have done very little about it
All of us are part of this fight for a better Philippines Be involved and engaged in what’s happening in our country Josh Mahinay urges other OFWs
The education department contends with old problems like late registration and school congestion as well as new ones like the threat of the West Valley Fault and the targets under the Education for All 2015 program