By Jessica Pag-iwayan
Just how much enjoyable scientific experiments could be was demonstrated at the recent launch of the Bayer Smiling Kiddie Einsteins (BSKE) series, a science module cosponsored by Bayer Philippines and Inquirer in Education to encourage elementary school pupils to love and appreciate science subjects.
By Linda B. Bolido
More than two years after Quezon City—one of the first local governments to do so—passed an ordinance prohibiting bullying in schools and its environs, its main goal to prevent any form of harassment of students seems to be pretty well understood and accepted by some 40 Grade 6 and a smattering of Grade 5 students at Tandang Sora Elementary School (TSES) in District 6 of the city.
The most awaited team-building event among junior marketers will come forth this month! Are you all set to feel the thrill and be challenged as you unleash the inner Katniss Everdeen or Peeta Mellark in you?
Last month, 400 youth leaders, chosen out of more than 1,000 applicants from all over the Philippines, filed into the hallowed halls of the Philippine Senate for the Philippine Model Congress 2014 (PMC2014).
By Tonette Orejas
Child rights advocate Save the Children (STC) is helping train kids to participate actively in disaster preparedness and risk reduction in two flood-prone Pampanga towns.