The Department of Education (DepEd) Region XI cautioned teachers to take care of their health following an incident in Mindoro where a public school teacher collapsed and was hospitalized.
A satellite campus of the University of the Philippines Los Banos will soon rise in Panabo City, Davao del Norte province.
The University of the Philippines Mindanao will have three magna cum laude and 42 cum laude graduates for its 19th Commencement Exercise on Tuesday, June 28.
The Alliance of Concerned Teachers is expecting massive dropouts and problems in class shortages, learning facilities on the opening of classes on Monday, June 13, wherein the Department of Education is also set to welcome the first batch of the Grade 11 students nationwide.
With an estimate of 700 senior high school students enrolled in city high, there will be 17 sections with around 45-50 students in each.
The Open Hand School for Applied Arts (OHSAA), a school which provides “an innovative and safe learning community for young adults with special needs” had its house blessing and ribbon cutting on Tuesday, June 7.
The Department of Educationsaid the Davao Region is “150 percent ready” in terms of the 298 schools which will start the senior high school leg on June 13.
The Department of Education (Deped) here is preparing to launch the National Schools Maintenance known locally as “Brigada Eskwela”.
The Coordinating Council of Private Educational Associations (COCOPEA), a conglomeration of private schools, colleges and universities in the country, has expressed its full support to the implementation of Department of Education’s senior high school program next school year, an official said on Thursday, March 10.
It allows you to have a broader and richer perspective of the world you live in, which in turn equips you with the ability to adapt to, and deal with, diverse situations—an important ingredient to success.
An alliance of education advocates lamented that the Department of Education local officials have not responded to their pleas for the opening of several schools for indigenous peoples in the region.
In an interview in time for the first day of classes here, a local leader of indigenous groups said they want more materials to aid them in the education of their children.