News file for: Philippine Department of Education
A shortage of good science teachers and low salaries may affect the progress of the new K-12 curriculum, say Filipino educators and leaders.
The Philippine Department of Education says more than one million students are enrolled in multigrade classes, where three or more grade levels are taught by a single teacher.
A new ADB, Japan grant will see the construction of 60 preschools across the Philippines, giving hope to thousands of poor and malnourished children.
The Philippine Department of Budget and Management announced today a Ph2.39 billion budget for 2012 to support the newly passed Kindergarten Education Act.
Asian Scientist Magazine talks to the chancellor of the number one ranked university in the Philippines on science education in the UP system, his goals for 2012, and his lifelong passion: photonics research.
The Philippine Department of Education has decided to drop the “Science and Health” subject from Grade 1 and 2 classes to make learning “more enjoyable” and “child-friendly.”
The budget of the Philippine Department of Education has been increased by 15 percent, from P207 billion (US$15 billion) in 2011 to P238.8 billion (US$17.3 billion) in 2012.