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Monday, October 24, 2011 - 06:31

The Department of Education (DepEd) has stated that shortage in classrooms would be settled by 2014. DepEd plans to construct 15,000 classrooms and install 25,000 school facilities over the target demand of 60,800 classrooms in the country.


“By 2014, we will only construct (classrooms) based on expected increase in student population,” Luistro said. 30,000 more classrooms will be built through public-private partnerships to compensate for the number of classrooms demanded.



Source: http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/81963/enough-classrooms-seen


Photo source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/blepsc/3209831790/

Thursday, October 20, 2011 - 07:26

The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) held a painting contest on environment with participants from 99 countries. A thirteen-year-old Filipino artist, Trisha Co Reyes, bagged first place, winning a scholarship grant from the Philippine government.


Reyes received a four-year college scholarship grant in any college or university endorsed by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). The scholarship grant covers tuition and other school fees for regular semesters and summer courses, a monthly stipend worth Php 3,000, a book and school supplies allowance of Php 1,500 per semester and Php 700.00 per summer course, and a research allowance of Php 10,000.


DENR secretary Ramon Paje gave Reyes a plaque of recognition during a ceremony at the DENR Central Office in Quezon City. The agency recognized Reyes's achiement in garnering the...

Wednesday, October 19, 2011 - 06:28

Makati students remain on top in the recent National Achievement Test (NAT) held by the Department of Education for high school levels in the National Capital Region (NCR).


With an overall average rating of 53.62 percent in three major subject areas, Makati City earned the highest average rating in the recent NAT which was taken by all second year high schools in NCR.


DepEd-Makati superintendent Elena Ruiz said that on average Makati students got the highest ratings in English, Math and Science with 54.19 percent, 43.62 percent, and 42.85 percent respectively, as shown in the results released by the National Education Training and Research Center.


For elementary level, Makati placed in the fourth rank among other schools in the NCR with a 65.5 mean percentage score. It slipped in its performance this year with a difference of...

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