The Department of Education has collated a list of class suspensions for September 15, 2014 in light of the effects of Typhoon Luis.
“Our 2014 Metrobank Outstanding Teacher awardees have dedicated their lives not only in teaching our young learners but also in empowering the communities in which they serve,” Luistro said. He added that they “represent the best during the worst of times—not only during the extraordinary moments but in the daily engagement with students.”
The Department of Education (DepEd) commended the exemplary commitment to service of 2014 Ramon Magsaysay awardee Randy Halasan in pursuing quality education for the indigenous learners in Davao.
We at DepEd condemn all forms of violence especially as they occur in schools. We maintain that schools are zones of peace where the safety and well-being of students, teachers, and personnel are of utmost importance.
The ASG is an annual sports competition among students of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). Apart from providing the youth with opportunities to showcase their sporting talents, the ASG promotes solidarity and fosters cultural exchange among the youth of participating countries. In November 2013, the Philippines hosted a Golf Tournament of the 5th ASEAN Schools Games hosted by Vietnam.
This four-storey, twenty-classroom building includes chemistry, biology, physics, and robotics laboratories equipped with six Smart Boards that already have Internet access. The campus is envisioned to be part of the country’s most high-tech and advanced Mathematics and Science schools in the country.
This is a list of class suspension announcements collated by the Department of Education. Refreshing the page to update the list.
The Australian government-funded Basic Education Assistance for Muslim Mindanao (BEAM-ARMM) Program handed over 24 newly-rehabilitated classrooms to six public elementary schools here on Monday.
In 2011, the Department of Education initiated the Learners’ Information System (LIS), an online facility that provides for the registration of learners enrolled in public schools. Since its installation, the LIS has allowed the Department to generate the total public school enrolment based on the actual registration of learners.
As the Universal Kindergarten Act pushed through in January 2012, the Department of Education recognized that partnerships were necessary to address the need for classrooms relative to the increase in enrollment of kindergarten students. The AGAPP Foundation responded to this and aided the Department in the construction of new Kindergarten classrooms