66-year-old Nanay Josie graduates from high school, pursues college degree
A 66-year-old senior citizen from Catarman, Northern Samar, believes there's still time to pursue her dreams after graduating from senior high school with honors.
Mind S-Cool TV returns for Season 3 with science-based topics on biodiversity
Mind S-Cool TV is returning for a third season with science-based topics on Philippine biodiversity and creatively proves how it is tied to every aspect of our lives.
DLSU retains PH leadership in business & economics, enters education world ranking
De La Salle University (DLSU) has retained its leadership among the Philippines' higher educational institutions offering business & economics subjects and has entered the education subject leaders' list according to the 2022 Times Higher Education World University Rankings (THE WUR) by Subject.
Globe, Caritas PH provide education, livelihood support to marginalized communities
Globe is partnering with Caritas Philippines for extended seed funding together with digital tools and skills training for 500 disadvantaged youth across the country.
Rabiya Mateo champions education, social work in Miss Universe Up Close video
Miss Universe Philippines Rabiya Mateo has won the hearts of netizens for championing education and social work in her up close video for the Miss Universe pageant.
DLSU honors outstanding youth and education stories amid pandemic
De La Salle University (DLSU) today honored outstanding youth and education stories released on Philippine media amid the coronavorus pandemic.
University of the Philippines leads nation’s HEIs in World Ranking for knowledge sharing
The University of the Philippines leads the country's educational institutions cited in the January 2021 Webometrics Ranking of World Universities that seeks to promote Open Access to the knowledge generated by universities.
Globe’s KonekTayo School Bus WiFi provides distance learning support
The COVID-19 pandemic has underlined the crucial need for connectivity like never before. For underprivileged communities, access to internet connectivity — or the lack thereof — determines whether demands of the new environment, such as distance learning and remote working, will be met by families belonging to these communities.
Makati City distributes flash drives with modules for offline distance learning
Makati City is distributing On The Go (OTG) flash drives designed to support blended learning for public school students under the new normal of education.
Filipino kids get Hope In A Box learning kits in the time of COVID
Filipino kids in less privileged communities are receiving Hope In A Box kits to stimulate their learning and creativity while stuck at home due to the community quarantine to stop the spread of COVID 19.
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.
Caraga State University, UP Diliman top Geodetic Engineer Licensure Examination
Caraga State University (CSU) Butuan City graduate Charlene Gallentes Bolastig led the topnotchers of the Geodetic Engineer Licensure Examination as University of the Philippines (UP) Diliman led the top-performing schools in terms of passing...