The UP Skimmers highlighted the removal of Filipino from college curriculum, which draws back attention to the issue Back in… Read More »Is it right that we remove Filipino from college curriculum?
The World Health Organization (WHO) has suggested the inclusion of swimming within the basic curricula of colleges in some countries,… Read More »WHO urges inclusion of swimming in PH schools’ curricula
Ayala Foundation signed a note of Agreement with the Department of Education-City of Manila division and Asian Terminals inc. to… Read More »Opportunity for Filipino students: Ayala Foundation launches code/it program in Manila
Several groups as well as the Comission on Human Rights expressed their concern over DepEd’s decision to close down 54… Read More »After allegations of no due process followed in lumad schools closure, DepEd defends its decision
DepEd urges schools nationwide to raise awareness on mental health and mental wellbeing They have launched several campaigns in regards… Read More »DepEd Urges Schools to Promote Mental Health
Education Secretary Leonor Briones calls for a balance between teaching technology and preserving arts and culture She urges teachers to… Read More »DepEd pursues education drive for arts and culture preservation
The Department of Education (DepEd) expressed their openness to the House of Representatives’ plan to review the K to 12… Read More »DepEd open to House’s plan to review K to 12 Program