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Christian youth group demands assurance for safe resumption of classes
The students said they and their families have faced hardships due to “mental and financial strains” during the pandemic
The right side of history: The real battle facing our universities
The time has come for Philippine academic institutions to carry out their mandate of providing students a safe haven for learning
Is this how government treats our children?
How a nation treats its children is more than enough commentary of how incapable the latter is of sound thought, to say nothing of compassion
Philippine church official backs decision not to allow face-to-face classes
Bishop Rex Andrew Alarcon said adjustments, resumption of any modality, new interventions must seek the safety of children and the young
May tattoo ako, kriminal na ba ako?
Ang tattoo ay parte ng kulturang Filipino kaya binansagan ng mga Español ang mga katutubo sa Kabisayaan na mga "pintados"
‘New normal’ poses challenges to Philippine Catholic schools, says bishop
"There are so many things to take into consideration … thus we have to adapt really to the new normal," said Bishop Roberto Mallari
107-year-old Catholic school in Manila to close down in 2022 due...
The Missionary Sisters Servants of the Holy Spirit that runs the school said the coronavirus pandemic has “exacerbated the situation”
Catholic priest appeals for dictionaries for Filipino tribal children
The campaign aims to gather copies of Tagalog-English dictionaries for tribal children enrolled under the new modular learning system
Children in Mindanao’s tribal villages need volunteer tutors, radio sets to...
The "broadcast radio modality" in teaching is most efficient among learners whose parents could not read or write
A day in the life of Stanley Butalid, Filipino teacher
To protect the learning modules, he has to wrap it with plastic, seals it in a plastic box, and carries it on his shoulders to the villages