MANILA – The Department of Education (DepEd) on Monday clarified that a learning module that discourages students from joining peaceful assemblies is not part of DepEd’s curriculum resources.
Thumbing his mobile phone, Jonathan Figueroa sits on his doorstep in a desperate daily quest for a Wifi signal to download his homework.
The Nobel science prizes reward not only individual researchers but also their universities, a race prestigious United States faculties are winning by far.
An Education official said Monday the Department of Education (DepEd) is preparing for the limited face-to-face classes in areas with no reported coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) infections.
As coronavirus cases continue to bring worry to health, award-winning Filipino writer and poet Peter Solis Nery has found a way to get his creative juices flowing during the lockdowns: teach poetry.
The Department of Education (DepEd) on Thursday reported it has achieved “100 percent enrollment” in public schools nationwide for the school year 2020 to 2021 which opened October 5.
MANILA – The Department of Education (DepEd) on Wednesday acknowledged the mistake in a DepEd TV episode presenting a lesson for Mathematics 9.
MANILA – Six months since the World Health Organization declared the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) a pandemic, learners and teachers returned to school virtually as the academic year 2020 to 2021 officially opened on Monday.
MANILA – The Department of Education (DepEd) has released the interim guidelines on assessment and grading learners in light of the Basic Education Learning Continuity Plan for the academic year 2020 to 2021 which opens Monday.
The Solomon Islands announced they have lost the battle to stay free of the coronavirus, leaving just nine small, remote territories that have not reported a single case.
Barely two days before classes officially start on Monday, the Department of Education assures that it will help parents and students cope with the online blended mode of learning.
School closures caused by the coronavirus pandemic are holding back the US economy and more support is needed to sustain a recovery, a top Federal Reserve official said on Wednesday.
MANILA – Education Secretary Leonor Briones said Monday the number of learners who have enrolled in public and private schools for the academic year 2020-2021 which will open on Oct. 5 “is very inspiring and encouraging”.
A minivan with a Wi-fi router attached to the dashboard and a satellite antenna on the roof is helping 200 disadvantaged students in Santa Ana, close to Los Angeles, cope with the rigors of distance learning during the coronavirus pandemic.
US President Donald Trump on Thursday urged “patriotic” teaching in schools and railed against anti-racism training that he said is destroying national unity.
Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) Secretary Isidro Lapeña is looking forward to advancing the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET), as well as intensifying partnerships with businesses and industries in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
MANILA – Five private schools around the country have received a total of PHP350 million worth of loan from the Land Bank of the Philippines (Landbank) to allow them to extend a “study now, pay later” program.
MANILA – A total of PHP300 million in subsidies and allowances have been allotted for displaced teachers and non-teaching personnel under the newly-enacted Bayanihan to Recover as One Act (Bayanihan 2), Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said Tuesday.
An official of the Department of Education (DepEd) on Wednesday dismissed calls for “academic freeze”, saying it is a “shortsighted” solution that could affect the entire educational system.
The P389-million budget for the rehabilitation of Manila Bay– including the dumping of white sand on its shores– could’ve been used to buy gadgets for students and teachers for blended learning, Education Secretary Leonor Briones said Monday (September 7).
The Indigenous People (IP) schools operated by the Department of Education (DepEd) in Surigao del Sur are now ready for the opening of classes this month.
A US university has launched an investigation after a professor admitted she had lied for years about being black and is in fact white — a stunning admission amid a tense national reckoning on race issues including cultural appropriation.
A photo of two girls so desperate for internet access to do online schoolwork that they sat outside a California Taco Bell fast food restaurant has spotlighted educational disparity caused by the “digital divide.”
As the first day of school approaches, New York’s poorest — often uninsured families — face a risky choice: send kids to school where they could contract coronavirus, or keep them home for online classes, potentially compromising their academic progress and preventing parents from working.