By Queena N. Lee-Chua
“This, therefore, is mathematics: She reminds you of the invisible forms of the soul; she gives life to her own discoveries; she awakens the mind and purifies the intellect; she brings to light our intrinsic ideas; she abolishes oblivion and ignorance, which are ours by birth.”
Officials in American Samoa on Friday ordered all public schools in the U.S. island territory closed after nearly 2,300 students and more than 100 teachers contracted pink eye.
By Leila B. Salaverria
Children with special needs may have a different set of educational requirements, but this no excuse to deprive them of the chance to grow and learn.
The Department of Education (DepEd) has set June 2, Monday, as the official start of the next school year, it said in an order posted on the Philippine Information Agency’s Facebook page.
By Julie S. Alipala
A school principal was kidnapped in Sumisip, Basilan on Monday morning.
By TJ A. Burgonio
They have a sound mind, but what about sound body?
By Jerry E. Esplanada
A group of young Filipino numbers aces, mostly primary students from Metro Manila, won a total of 16 medals, including three golds, in the just-concluded 2014 Clock Tower School International Mathematics Contest held from March 20 to 23 in Valcea, Romania.
By Julie M. Aurelio
More teachers from the University of the Philippines (UP) campus in Diliman, Quezon City, voted on Monday in favor of the plan to move the opening of classes to August.
When the rest of the school is in a shabby state, putting up just one or two new classrooms won’t do much to improve conditions.
By Niña P. Calleja
Keep calm, don’t panic and get bomb experts involved in deciding whether to suspend classes.
By Jeannette I. Andrade
Quezon City Mayor Herbert Bautista has ordered the distribution of nearly P17.2 million worth of learner’s kits, including iPads and books, for the use of grades IV and V pupils in 37 local public schools.
By Kristine Felisse Mangunay
Another school in Metro Manila received a bomb threat sent through text at 9 a.m. Thursday, the third campus to be disrupted this month.
By Nestor P. Burgos Jr.
When Joemar Ilagan Jr. came to the metropolitan city of Cebu more than three months ago, the first things he did were to take a luxurious bath, drink cold water, watch television and eat in fast-food outlets.