Hundreds of thousands of South Korean students returned to school on Wednesday as educational establishments started reopening after a coronavirus delay of more than two months.
The Congress may amend the law to move the schedule of opening of classes amid the prevailing coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic, Malacañang said on Monday.
The dean of San Beda Graduate School of Law is opposing the continued ban on religious gatherings of more than 10 people, saying it is discriminatory.
A history exam question asking Hong Kong students to assess colonial Japan’s occupation of China sparked a rebuke by Beijing on Friday and reignited a row over academic freedoms in the semi-autonomous city.
Experts from the University of the Philippines (UP) have found “gross errors” in the Department of Health’s (DOH) data on patients infected with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
Teachers who will be holding their classes online for the school year 2020-2021 can use their chalk allowance to pay for their internet connection fees, Education Secretary Leonor Briones said Monday.
Excited children greeted their friends and weary parents got used to early starts again as schools in several European countries reopened after a nearly two-month coronavirus break.
The cost of a university education in the United States has long been eye-watering, with a year costing tens of thousands of dollars.
The Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) will allow the resumption of classes in private schools in June provided that no “face-to-face” interactions would be allowed, Malacañang said on Saturday.
Authoritiesworldwide face the formidable challenge of returning millions of children to classrooms shut due to the coronavirus outbreak, weighing the need to limit the educational damage against the risks of fuelling a surge in new cases.
The Makati-based iAcademy is set to implement a flexible learning arrangement for the coming school year amid the challenges posed by the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.
The US Department of Education published new rules Wednesday which strengthen the rights of the accused in cases of sexual harassment or assault in schools and universities.
Chinese youngsters in the global virus epicentre of Wuhan filed back to class on Wednesday, wearing masks and walking in single file past thermal scanners.
Millions of schoolchildren in Vietnam returned to class on Monday after the country reported its 17th straight day of no domestically transmitted coronavirus infections.
Senator Win Gatchalian is seeking more flexibility on the use of the Special Education Fund (SEF) allotted to local school boards to ensure safety in the coming school year.
Britain’s Eton College has announced a £100 million ($125 million, 113-million-euro) drive to improve educational opportunity after growing evidence the coronavirus outbreak is hitting rich and poor differently.
California may start the new school year as early as July to make up for some of the “learning loss” due to the pandemic, the state’s Governor Gavin Newsom said Tuesday.
President Donald Trump said Monday he expects to see a “lot” of US schools reopen after being shut down by the coronavirus pandemic.
World champion Josh Taylor fears it will be hard to motivate himself for the “glorified sparring” of boxing behind closed doors.
The Makati-based iAcademy has partnered with Globe Telecom to provide its students with adequate tools to thrive in online classes.
Students in Hong Kong wore mandatory face masks and had their temperatures checked as they filed into exam halls on Friday to take crucial university entrance tests, delayed by a month due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The first-quarter 2020 earnings season is as bad as expected, with the coronavirus butchering bottom lines worldwide, except those of Netflix and soap makers.
President Rodrigo Duterte will carefully study the proposed class resumption in December to effectively contain the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19).
The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) is advising colleges and universities to consider the interests of students and to think twice before pushing for a mass promotion for the current academic year.