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Conspiracy theories, unresolved health fears underlying reasons why almost a third of Zamboanga Sibugay teachers are unvaccinated, education official says

Education officials in Zamboanga Sibugay have to intensify their advocacy for all the teachers to get the COVID-19 jab as it prepares for the pilot run of the limited face-to-face classes in four schools of the province.

Education in times of the pandemic

Never have we prepared for such a drastic change brought about by the pandemic. Never have we anticipated that in a blink of an eye, all will come to an unprecedented, totally new era, the era of the new normal in this pandemic time.

Governance Special Reports

DepEd waits for President Duterte’s go signal to pilot limited in-person classes

Philippine education officials said the country will continue to implement long distance learning for the incoming school year except for some 120 pilot schools for limited in-person classes once President Rodrigo Duterte will allow.

Mining company’s educational program pays off

The scholarship program of the mining company was to provide the poor but deserving Subanons with access to education. And it pays off.

Special Features

Teacher’s Pandemic Diary

The work from home became the new fad as everyone not allowed to go out. We turned into  best tiktokers, best vloggers, best cook, best baker and worst is, the best plantita and plantito that made every home a little jungle if not a paradise.

Special Features

Virtual Graduation: The new trend

As the Department of Education (Deped) is about to close this “pandemic school year,” a new trend is popping around the corner.

Special Features

Vaccination for education

As per Deped Memo No. 28, s.2021, the Department of Education issues the Comprehensive Guidance on the participation of the department in the implementation of the Philippine National Deployment and Vaccination Plan (NDVP) for COVID 19.