The Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. (Pagcor) is investing in education, having provided P5 billion to build classrooms and P2 billion more by the end of October to complete school facilities needed for the country’s transition to the K + 12 basic education program, the gaming firm’s chair said.
By Jeannette I. Andrade
Three school divisions in the Bicol region have declared no semestral breaks in elementary and secondary schools to make up for the disruption of classes caused by Mayon Volcano’s state of unrest.
Cagayan Valley is asking the national government to raise funds for hiring additional teachers and address the shortage of instructors in five state universities here.
By Michael B. Jaucian
With Mayon Volcano continuing to be restive for over a month now, the Department of Education has decided to build 15 makeshift classrooms for hundreds of students of Camalig North Central School who were displaced by evacuees from the volcano’s danger zones.
By Allan Nawal
Small acts could indeed result in bigger things as what city hall employees here found out recently.