Rappler's latest stories on Philippine education system
It's more Filipino and more affordable, says the Pasig mayor
Ang mga guro muna ang dapat malugod sa pagbabasa bago ang kanilang mag-aaral. Dahil hindi kayang isalin kahit ng pinakamasinop na learning plan at daily lesson log ang lugod at kawilihang dulot ng pagbabasa.
This cannot be a quick fix. What is required is a sustained undertaking spanning multiple presidential administrations.
Decades of skewed priorities in education have come to slap us in the face: we are now officially a country with the worst proficiency in reading for 15-year-olds
'Minsan mas nauubos ang panahon ng mga teachers kakagawa ng paperworks at iba pang gawain kaysa sa pagtuturo. The system has to change,' says one netizen
The Philippines ranks last among 79 countries in reading comprehension, and also ends up in the low 70s in mathematics and science
At least we now have baseline data that we can use to compare our country’s PISA performance with other countries. It’s better than groping in the dark.
Why sacrifice General Education subjects for the sake of specialization when it can enhance the learning capacity of students to specialize? Why be so spendthrift to investing in shaping the minds of future generations?
President Aquino says the credentials of our countrymen working overseas are already being questioned because they lack K to 12 education Reality is against the government s claim
UPDATED Initially skeptical about the education program Duterte now says he was convinced by Department of Education officials to support it
Books are passports to learning possibilities Help young Mindanawans achieve their potential
A new cohort of Teach for the Philippines teacher fellows commit to the vision that by 2050 all Filipino children will have access to education
Albay Representative Fernando Gonzalez says classrooms that can accommodate senior high school are not ready and many students will be displaced
Our education needs more discipline and depth so our frame of thought would be fixed says Foreign Affairs Undersecretary Laura Del Rosario chair of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Senior Officials Meeting
The newly signed Open Distance Learning law provides access to education when the source of information and the learners are separated by time and distance or both
In Pakistan a group of business leaders has been using personal money and corporate donations to build schools in far flung communities since 1995 The Citizens’ Foundation will receive the Ramon Magsaysay Award this year
My unreasonable fear of children was overshadowed by the sobering need to help
Love is always a challenge and the only way to even attempt to respond to this impossible call is a matter of faith
Three Southeast Asian students in the Philippines share tips on how to successfully apply for a scholarship