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Philippines’ 1st digital science library DOST-STARBOOKS releases mobile app

The Philippines' first digital science library, the Science and Technology Academic and Research-Based Openly-Operated KioskS or STARBOOKS of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST-STARBOOKS), has released a mobile application that can be used in the new mode of learning amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Manila to issue tablets, laptops, WiFi for students and teachers

The City of Manila will issue tablets, laptops, and WiFi for public school teachers and students from Kinder to Grade 12 to aid in learning during the upcoming school year of 2020-2021.

STEM learning on radio and online promoted by DOST-SEI

STEM or science, technology, engineering, and mathematics learning in the Philippines continues amid the COVID-19 pandemic through radio channels and online modules.

Phone, text, messaging apps harnessed for remote enrolment of public school students

Phone, text, and messaging apps have been harnessed for the remote enrolment of public school students as the Philippines continues to undergo community quarantine to stop the spread of coronavirus disease.

DepEd’s “new normal” classes open on August 24, families called to help students in...

The Department of Education (DepEd) in the Philippines affirmed the saying, "it takes a village to educate a child", as it announced on Tuesday that classes will be resuming amidst the "new normal" on August 24, 2020.

Martin Nievera leads “Dakila Ka, Bayani Ka” DepEd tribute song for Frontliners

Concert King Martin Nievera led OPM artists in the singing of "Dakila Ka, Bayani Ka", a tribute song for Frontliners.
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JUST IN: DepEd Misamis Occidental teachers go online to sing “Lead Me Lord” to...

A group of teachers and principals from the Department of Education (DepEd) Misamis Occidental division got together online to sing a cover of the Filipino inspirational song, "Lead Me Lord", to inspire people affected by the lockdown and the COVID-19 pandemic.

Philippines’ 1st fire safety program for school children launched in Marikina City

The first fire safety program for school children in the Philippines was launched in Marikina City, ahead of Fire Prevention Month in March.

Sorsogon’s deaf and blind school children to benefit from PHL-US 1st Inclusive Education Center

Sorsogon's deaf and blind school children are benefiting from the first-ever Inclusive Resource Education Center set up in the Philippines.

UP’s Sablay Filipiniana graduation dress eyed to replace toga

The University of the Philippines' (UP) Sablay Filipiniana graduation attire is being eyed to replace the traditional graduation toga in the country's schools.

Filipino children’s health secured as PHL completes phaseout of leaded paints

Filipino children's health are now more secured as the Philippines marked the completion of the phaseout of leaded paints at the close of 2019.

Letter writing contest, new Philippine stamps pay homage to nation’s heroic teachers

The nation’s teachers are being honored in special Philippine Postal Corporation (PHLPost) commemorative stamps and an advocacy writing contest to celebrate 2018 National Teachers’ Month (NTM) from September 05 – October 05, 2018.

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Know the Differences in Lockdown Stages of ECQ, MECQ, GCQ

The day after May 15, 2020, the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) enforced in Metro Manila, the island of Luzon, and several other areas in the Philippines will either be retained, modified, or scaled-down as the country moves to set up the "new normal" amidst efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19.