The opening of classes on June 5 in both elementary and high school in Mindanao was marred with the usual lack of classrooms and teachers, an official of the education department said.
Having classes “under the mango tree” is a thing of the past, said Education Secretary Leonor Briones, Tuesday.
Big public schools in the city have set stricter security measures to ensure the safety of the students as classes open on June 5.
The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) approved the application of 32 colleges and universities in Davao Region, half of these found in this city, to increase tuition and school fees for this school year.
Seven examinees from the University of Mindanao topped this year’s Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) in secondary level or junior high school.
Justin Ryan Morilla, a graduate of the Ateneo de Davao University College of Law, garnered the score of 88.40 percent, earning him the fifth spot in the 2016 Bar examinations.
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The Ateneo de Davao University here has formally launched its Center Against Illegal Drugs tasked to conduct a research on the illegal drug trade in six key cities in Mindanao.
Councilor Pilar Braga, one of the board members of UM and chairperson of the City Council’s Committee on Education reminded the newly licensed teachers on the primary objective of education which is the formation of the pasture of the students.