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SULONG EDUKALIDAD: DepEd’s battle cry moving forward

Heading forward, ‘Sulong EduKalidad’ will be the battle cry of the Department of Education (DepEd) as it launched on Tuesday, December 3, its reforms...

3rd district scholars complete vocational courses

Some 55 vocational course scholars covered by a program of Rep. Gil Acosta Jr. completed a 28-day training course at the Puerto Princesa School...

Brooke’s Point school is Brigada Eskwela Hall of Famer

A public high school in Brooke's Point has been hailed as a "Hall of Famer" in the medium school category of the National Brigada...

DOST launches ‘MIMAROPA STARS’ newsletter

The stories emphasize the importance of technology not only in education, environment, and other aspects but also in empowering people by using science in business.

Tertiary education subsidy beneficiaries based on DSWD list

TES is a program under Republic Act (RA) 10931 also known as the Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education Act (UAQTEA). It is given to poor deserving students who are enrolled in 112 state universities and colleges and 78 local universities and colleges listed under Listahanan 2.0 or Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD).

COCOPATCH: ‘Walang dikit, Walang sakit’

In the case of Denver Chicano, the brain behind CocoPatch, the inspiration to develop an alternative wound dressing came from his personal experience as a nurse at the Burn Unit of the Philippine General Hospital.

36 passed Psychometric licensure exam

The Board of Psychology (BOP) announced early Tuesday morning the result of the October 2019 Psychometrician Licensure Examination with a total of 6,800 passers out of 10,670 takers from all over the Philippines.

20 PSU School of Law alumni will take Bar exams

The Office of the Bar Confidant (OBC) on Thursday announced that 8,245 candidates are scheduled to take the bar exams at the University of Santo Tomas (UST) in España, Manila.

Local transport group seeks DOST assistance on e-bus procurement

Rotonda Tricycle Operators and Drivers Cooperative (RTODC) chairman Rizaldo Rodriguez on Friday said that their transport cooperative is aware of the worsening climate situation and aims to lead the “humble and simple” initiative in the operation of e-bus.

PSU plans new course offering on teaching SPED

University president Dr. Ramon Docto said Wednesday their College of Teachers Education (CTE) is conducting a feasibility study on this. “Yong teachers na ma-train sila yong magiging teachers na magtuturo sa SPED, hinhintay ko yong College of Teachers’ Education na sila ang gagawa ng feasibility study. They will submit it to me and then I will take that up to the board,” Docto said.

PSU struggles in Accountancy exams

The Board of Accountancy (BOA) late Monday evening announced the result of the 2019 CPALE producing 2,075 new CPAs out of 14,492 takers yielding to 14.32% national passing rate. 

CBNC supports science & technology towards sustainable development

CBNC community relations manager Ernest Llacuna said science and technology are not only subjects but are means that can provide students better understanding and comprehension of how things around them are interconnected so they can help protect Palawan's environment to meet their future needs.