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Youth & Education

Private Schools Seek Gov’t Help In In-Person Classes

According to a group, private schools need government help in retrofitting of facilities, hiring of personnel to help in online and in-person classes as they cannot raise fees especially now that fewer students are enrolled.

Private Schools Seek Gov’t Help In In-Person Classes

DepEd Chief Declares Triumphant Opening Of Remote Learning; Palace Says Duterte Open To Pilot-Test Of In-Person Classes

Education Secretary Leonor Briones said 24,603,822 learners have returned to schools, excluding those who are enrolled in alternative learning systems, as well as those overseas.

DepEd Chief Declares Triumphant Opening Of Remote Learning; Palace Says Duterte Open To Pilot-Test Of In-Person Classes

Year 2 Of Remote Learning Starts; UNICEF Official Fears Worsening Crisis

“I want to go to school,” seven-year-old Kylie Larrobis said, complaining she cannot read after a year of online kindergarten. “I don’t know what a classroom looks like – I’ve never seen one.”

Year 2 Of Remote Learning Starts; UNICEF Official Fears Worsening Crisis

Schools Open Today; Teachers Say DepEd Not Ready

The Teachers’ Dignity Coalition revealed that many teachers are still waiting for the provided modules while others are doing their last-ditch effort of printing and reproduction using their own resources as classes open today.

Schools Open Today; Teachers Say DepEd Not Ready

Classroom Bubble? UNICEF Suggests Ways For Safe Class Reopening; Group Says ‘Ridiculous’ To Keep Schools Shut

The Safe, Equitable, Quality, and Relevant (SEQuRe) Education Movement noted the Philippines and Venezuela will be the only two countries in the world where schools have not reopened since the pandemic began.

Classroom Bubble? UNICEF Suggests Ways For Safe Class Reopening; Group Says ‘Ridiculous’ To Keep Schools Shut

Young People Shop Their Blues Away Amid The Pandemic

Eric Dimar, a psychology assistant professor and licensed guidance counselor, said there's no such thing as “retail therapy," but there's nothing wrong with rewarding one’s self after a hard day’s work if the purchase is planned and not excessive.

Young People Shop Their Blues Away Amid The Pandemic

Spend Wisely: Millennials, Gen Zs Became ‘Financially Conscious’ Due To Pandemic — Study

Based on a study, 77% of the respondents said they now prioritize spending on their needs more than their wants while 82% of them shared that they are afraid to incur debts or take loans.

Spend Wisely: Millennials, Gen Zs Became ‘Financially Conscious’ Due To Pandemic — Study

Smart, DepEd Sign Deal For Data Connectivity Of 1 Million Teachers Nationwide

Subsidized by the Department of Education, activated SIM cards pre-loaded with Smart Giga Study plans will be distributed to public school teachers for their use in online teaching and learning, and interacting with their students.

Smart, DepEd Sign Deal For Data Connectivity Of 1 Million Teachers Nationwide

SPED Teacher Believes More Filipinos Should Study Sign Language As Students Create ‘Talking Gloves’ For The Deaf

A special education teacher commended engineering students for trying to give a “voice” to the deaf community, but he said the people who can hear should do more to connect with those who could not hear and talk.

SPED Teacher Believes More Filipinos Should Study Sign Language As Students Create ‘Talking Gloves’ For The Deaf

Parents Urged: Enroll Your Children This School Year

Saying blended learning is not forever, presidential spokesman Harry Roque called on parents to ensure that their children will continue their education despite the COVID-19 pandemic.

Parents Urged: Enroll Your Children This School Year