Rappler's latest stories on graduation
'Real change has started with you, this new generation of high school and college graduates we celebrate today,' says the singer
The Senator Renato ‘Compañero’ Cayetano Memorial Science and Technology High School resorts to technology to comply with the prohibition on mass gatherings
The 7-member group also performs during the YouTube special for the Class of 2020
'It’s tempting to now tap into the optimism and promise of graduation and other school year-end rituals when the world is so bleak. But I am deciding against it.'
'When we graduate, we will be on the front lines, too. Our transition from students to professionals will be harder. We will be tested; we will be bent.'
Sarah, mom to 6-year-old Bright, reflects on graduations and realizations as the Class of 2020 go through milestones while under lockdown
'He's the President, hindi naman natin pwedeng sabihin sa kanya kung ano ang dapat niyang sabihin at hindi,' says PNP chief Oscar Albayalde, a member of the PMA class of 1986
Malacañang says President Rodrigo Duterte delegated the task of handing out diplomas to 'reserve his energy' for the rest of the graduation rites
President Rodrigo Duterte hands out diplomas to only two of 261 Philippine Military Academy cadets during their graduation
Marami akong pupuwedeng ibigay na tips kung paano ko nasasagot nang maayos, if not impressive, ang mga katanungan sa interbiyu. Pero mag-iiwan lang ako ng isa, na ang tingin ko, pinakamabisa.
Kung sa hitsura pa lang ay nanloloko na ang kandidato, paano mo pa ipagkakatiwala sa kanya ang buwis mong sapilitang kinaltas sa iyo?
But discussions are still ongoing as to whether Grade 6 completers in the future should have a 'moving-up' ceremony instead of a graduation ceremony
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
'It was during my college journey that I fully accepted who I really am'
We must choose to uphold the true rule of law, even when those in power use fear to attempt to silence us
'If there is even a shadow of doubt, then the right to self-determination can be interpreted in the light of the long history of secessionist movements,' says Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio
'Our failures or shortcomings do not define us'
'To Vincent, I want to tell you, my son, that I am so happy and so proud of you,' writes detained Senator Leila de Lima. Read her full message here.
'It's time to go back and fight our battles,' says Clare Amador to the graduating mid-career class at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government
Watch Rappler's evening newscast with Marguerite de Leon
You belong to what is now called the post-digital age and a much more exacting world
While majority of schools listed are found in Manila, results from the report show two new entries from schools outside of Metro Manila: University of San Carlos and University of Cebu
4 new jobs also made it to the list year including: human resources, marketing/business development, customer services, and quality control/assurance
According to JobStreet.com's 2018 Fresh Graduate Report, 35% of employers are not yet ready to hire K to 12 graduates, while 41% say their companies are still evaluating it
According to JobStreet.com's 2018 Fresh Graduate Report, employers are also looking for team players
(UPDATED) Among the Zamboangueños who graduated in Vigan Central School are the twin sons of Pagadian City Mayor Romeo Pulmones
On Rappler Talk, Chiqui Agoncillo talks to MovePH's Raisa Serafica about her UP education, studying history, and the importance of liberal arts education
Students in San Pablo City, Laguna, do a flash mob on their graduation day
Night class student Rosita Locsin, 67, receives two medals for high academic ratings and for being a role model
The 44 cadets face administrative charges for grave misconduct or neglect of duty
An investigation panel finds that Philippine National Police Academy cadets from lower batches were ordered to join the mauling or else they would be harmed
A source identifies one of the punishers in the 2017 video as one of the victims in the 2018 PNPA graduation mauling: Police Inspector Ylam Lambenecio
Some 20 cadets linked to the graduation day mauling are restricted to the PNPA headquarters in Camp Castañeda while their cases are pending
(4th UPDATE) The tradition this year takes a wrong turn as the beating ends with the 6 fresh graduates who were attacked being admitted to a hospital
The scandal is dubbed an ‘isolated incident’ in the academy that brands itself as the premier police school in the Philippines
'Love what you do dearly. Extend service to others genuinely and see the world more clearly. Through these, we will be able to set the world on fire,' says Nicole Rose Baculio
Dahn Saliendra, a graduating student from Notre Dame of Marbel University, talks about his inspiring Facebook post
President Rodrigo Duterte says there should be more Muslims in the Philippine National Police Academy and the Philippine Military Academy
Jaywardene Hontoria is the Philippine Military Academy Alab Tala Class of 2018 valedictorian
The students will present their findings in September 2018 on redesigning the Baseco Compound, the Manila Port Area, the Pasig River edges, and Intramuros
A Harvard design and architecture professor asks why Filipinos keep on enduring horrible commutes in Metro Manila
Tidak 'menjual diri' dengan cara yang benar menjadi salah satu penyebabnya
The scholarship is open for Filipinos engaged in formulating and implementing socio-economic development plans
Chad Booc 23 chooses to serve as a volunteer teacher to Lumad students instead of getting a corporate job
In white togas and caps with medals hanging around their necks ribbons on their chests the graduates of 2017 don t let the war dampen the celebrations
The graduates of Mindanao State University Main Campus receive their hard earned diplomas away from their own campus as fighting rages in Marawi
No one should be discriminated against on the basis of what he or she has achieved because most of the time achievements are made possible by opportunities which not a lot of us have
On Rappler Talk on Thursday 3:30 pm June 29 Ghodsinia talks to MovePH s Voltaire Tupaz about the Maranao people – their plight and aspirations – from the point of view of the youth Bookmark this page
Lucille Guiquin shares her inspiring story–from being a household helper to finishing as cum laude at the STI College in Cubao with the support of the family she works for