Education

Youth solon hits CHED’s failure to regulate fees

Youth solon hits CHED’s failure to regulate fees

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5 months ago

A youth legislator has questioned the huge P13.5 billion collection from 110 state universities and colleges (SUCs) that were supposed to be providing affordable education even for the country’s poor.

Catholic educators claim SHS curriculum is ‘over-congested’

Catholic educators claim SHS curriculum is ‘over-congested’

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1 year ago

The senior high school (SHS) curriculum under the K+12 program of the Department of Education (DepEd) did not sit well with Catholic educators in Mindanao, which branded it as “over-congested” and would likely “cause more problems than offer solutions” to the ailing education sector.

UP Tacloban studes complain of verbal abuse

UP Tacloban studes complain of verbal abuse

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1 year ago

Students from the Tacloban campus of the University of the Philippines complained of receiving verbal abuse from the UP president after some of them barged into a top-level meeting of campus chancellors to distribute copies of their petition.

World Teachers’ Day rallies slam low pay amid pork barrel abuse

World Teachers’ Day rallies slam low pay amid pork barrel abuse

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2 years ago

A national teachers group joined anti-pork protests Friday in various cities in the country, on the eve of World Teachers’ Day, as they slammed President Benigno Aquino’s defense of maintaining his discretionary fund while refusing to increase their salaries.

CHED orders 6 schools closed

CHED orders 6 schools closed

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2 years ago

Six Bukidnon State University (BSU) external campuses were ordered closed after they were found remiss of the basic requirement to operate an educational institution, a Commission on Higher Education Department official said on Tuesday.