Learners need not wear school uniforms in any distance learning approach they would participate in for School Year 2020-2021, the Department of Education (DepEd) said Tuesday.
Jerry Falwell Jr. has taken an indefinite leave of absence as president of a prominent US evangelical university amid a furor over an Instagram picture of him and a young woman, both with pants partly unzipped.
The Makati City government is recruiting teachers, teacher assistants or aides, and tutors to work with its innovative educational platform that seeks to ensure continuous learning of students amid the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) health crisis.
The Department of Education (DepEd) on Monday reported that 22,437,559 learners have enrolled in public and private schools nationwide for the academic year 2020-2021.
University of the Philippines sociology professor Randy David believes President Rodrigo Duterte is asking for the moon when he declared that life in the Philippines will be back to normal by December this year due to the supposed arrival of a COVID-19 vaccine.
The Diocese of Novaliches in Quezon City on Friday decided not to allow its 50 seminarians to go back due to the risks posed by the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19).
The United States announced Friday it will not take in any new foreign students seeking online-only study, after rescinding a hotly contested order to expel those already here and preparing for that because of the pandemic.
The majority of higher education institutions in the country did not increase their tuition, an official of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) said on Saturday.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused an “unprecedented education emergency” with up to 9.7 million children affected by school closures at risk of never going back to class, Save the Children warned Monday.
The report of the technical working group (TWG) tasked to come up with recommendations on ABS-CBN’s franchise application would’ve gotten a failing grade had it been passed in law school.
As millions of Chinese students sat a gruelling university entrance exam this month, stories of how an identity theft scandal robbed hundreds of previous candidates of their dreams set social media alight.
With the start of the US school year only weeks away, Marina Avalos still has no idea how or where her 7-year-old daughter will attend classes.
Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat is optimistic about the recovery of English schools in the Philippines that would eventually put the Philippines back as a leading English as a Second Language (ESL) destination.
Pakistani student Taimoor Ahmed is one of hundreds of thousands of foreigners enrolled in American universities now fearing for their future after Donald Trump’s administration threatened to revoke their visas.
The Department of Education (DepEd) on Wednesday said 18,871,245 learners have enrolled in public and private schools nationwide for the school year 2020-2021 which begins next month.
Harvard and MIT asked a court Wednesday to block a US government order revoking visas for foreign students whose entire courses have moved online because of the coronavirus.
US President Donald Trump lashed out at Harvard University on Tuesday, calling its decision to move all its courses online in the fall due to the coronavirus pandemic “ridiculous.”
Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) Secretary Isidro Lapeña is inviting professionals to take online portfolio assessment for free, as this could help them get National Certificates (NC).
Kenya on Tuesday declared that its school year was considered lost because of the coronavirus pandemic, and primary and secondary pupils would return to class next January.
The United States said Monday it would not allow foreign students to remain in the country if all of their classes are moved online in the fall because of the coronavirus crisis.
A British royal historian who said slavery was not genocide has quit his honorary position at Cambridge University and been dropped by his publisher HarperCollins.
All children in England will have to go back to school in September, the government said Thursday, after weeks of wrangling as coronavirus restrictions are lifted.
The Department of Education (DepEd) is considering extending the enrollment period for public schools until July 15 as the registration of students remains low.
Princeton University said Saturday it was removing the name of president Woodrow Wilson from its public policy school and a residential college, calling the former US leader a racist.