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YouthWorks PH bridges youth skills from school to work
'The project is all about enhancing the skills of the youth to be employed,' says Philippine Business for Education Chair Ramon del Rosario
#STEMpowering campaign completes pilot run
PRESS RELEASE: Girls from 52 schools in Manila, Cebu, and Cagayan de Oro participate in career caravans and mentoring and training sessions
Youthworks PH now accepting techvoc trainees from CDO
PRESS RELEASE: Following Cagayan de Oro, YouthWorks PH will also hold a series of recruitment activities in Metro Manila, Cebu, Zamboanga, Iloilo, General Santos, and Davao
Work training crucial for employers when hiring K to 12 graduates – group
The Philippine Business for Education also calls on more companies to offer internships to senior high school students so that employers themselves can become familiar with the students' skills
How employers, schools can prepare students for work
'It doesn’t matter how good you are in your own vacuum, what matters is how good you are in reference to your partner,' says Philippine Business for Education Executive Director Love Basillote
Private sector to hire and train 600,000 K to 12 graduates
Philippine Business for Education says they will hire and train 600,000 K to 12 graduates and will rethink their hiring guidelines in support of the program
CHED eyes possible closure of weak schools for teachers
CHED chairperson Patricia Licuanan says the consistent weak performance of several teacher education institutions in the licensure exams is a 'disservice to students'
Half of PH schools for teachers perform poorly in licensure exams
A Philippine Business for Education study on the Licensure Examination for Teachers from 2009 to 2017 shows most of the weak schools for teachers are in Mindanao
Are companies still hesitant to hire K to 12 graduates?
It s important that in the long run people do realize and accept the reality that the graduates of K to 12 are ready for some of the kinds of work that are available in our economy says Philippine Business for Education chair Ramon del Rosario Jr
Ahead of SONA 2016, sectors weigh in on Duterte's promises
Rappler looks back on Duterte s campaign promises about education health and environment What do experts advocates and members of civil society think about them?
Coalitions for reform? What needs to be done
In education I would argue for a national industry academe government council
Schools to PRC: Release past LET questions
In a manifesto 20 schools and associations say releasing the questions will ensure the exam s quality and transparency which is part of the Professional Regulation Commission s mandate
Which schools produce the most passers in teachers’ board exam?
The Philippine Business for Education PBEd lists down 12 best performing and 22 worst performing schools in the 2014 Licensure Examination for Teachers
Most schools for teachers perform badly in licensure exams
Seventeen institutions with teacher education programs have not had LET passers for the past 5 years
Know the best schools for teachers in PH
A recent study shows only 10 to 12 of all teacher education institutions in the country are performing well in the Licensure Examination for Teachers
3 things the private sector can do for basic education
After passing the K to 12 bill into law the easy part is over Both government and private sector are now gearing up for the tougher part: the road to 2016
Dep-Ed’s 2013 budget reflects CSO engagement
Dep Ed enagages PBEd in drafting its 2013 budget proposal
Do we really care about education?
It is easy not to accord education the importance it deserves There is a human tendency to prefer immediate rewards over long term gains