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Youth & Education

Filipinos Encouraged To Study Nuclear Engineering In Hungary

Hungary is enticing Filipinos to study nuclear engineering to help provide possible energy solutions for the Philippines in the future. During the 7th political consultations...

Hontiveros Flags ‘Ghost Scholars’ Under CHED’s Free Education Program

After receiving complaints from students, Senator Risa Hontiveros has flagged “ghost scholars” under the Commission on Higher Education's (CHED) scholarship program mandated by Republic...

Leave It To LGUs To Build Classrooms: Senator

Local government units (LGUs) must be given the task of building classrooms to efficiently address the shortage nationwide, Senator Win Gatchalian proposed during a...

CHED, HEIs Give Special Consideration To CDSL Students

The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) inked a memorandum of agreement (MOA) with several private higher education institutions (HEIs) on Tuesday that grants special...

Education Aid Payout Peaceful So Far: DILG

Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) Secretary Benjamin "Benhur" Abalos on Saturday said the distribution of educational aid payout for needy students...

DepEd Gives Psychological First Aid To ‘Bullied’ Grade 5 Learner

Psychological first aid has already been provided to the Grade 5 learner who was allegedly bullied by her teacher during the first day of...

TESDA Calls For More Farm Schools To Boost Rural Development

The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) on Wednesday encouraged more farmers, cooperatives and entrepreneurs to establish more farm schools in their respective...

Determination Will Change Your Lives

MANILA – Vice President and Education Secretary Sara Z. Duterte personally gave her inspirational message to learners in several schools in Bataan as she...

1.5K Schools Start F2F Classes In Caraga

BUTUAN CITY – Some 1,537 elementary and high schools in the Caraga Region opened face-to-face classes on Monday during the first day of the...

Villanueva: ‘Pay Teachers What They Are Worth’

MANILA – The resumption of face-to-face (F2F) classes this week must bring to focus the hardships of the country’s teachers, Senator Joel Villenueva said...

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