DepEd: Enrolled Learners For Incoming School Year Now 22.2M

DepEd: Enrolled Learners For Incoming School Year Now 22.2M

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Save The Children Philippines Launches “E-Regalo Sa Mga Bata”

For every Php 10,000 raised through E-Regalo sa mga Bata, Save the Children will provide learning kits and life-saving essentials to 20 children.

DOTr Sec. Tugade Urges Drivers Of PUV To Participate In Gov’t’s Service Contract Program

Sa ilalim ng Service Contracting Program ng LTFRB, maaaring makatanggap ng karagdagang kita ang mga drayber na lubos na naapektuhan ang pangkabuhayan dahil sa COVID-19 pandemic.

In New Education Normal, Volunteers Help Fill Crucial Learning Gaps

“I volunteered because I didn’t want these kids to waste their time learning nothing,” says Emy Tarnate, one of the hundreds of volunteers helping children survive an education system altered by a global health crisis.

ECHO, OXFAM, World Vision, And ADRA Partner To Support Goni-Displaced Families In Bicol

World Vision, along with several of its partners, vows to provide immediate aid to the most affected communities in the hard-hit areas of the Bicol region.

The Department of Education (DepEd) reported Wednesday that 22,233,806 learners have enrolled in public and private schools nationwide for the academic year 2020-2021.

Data from the department shows that as of July 29, about 20,841,279 learners have enrolled in public schools and 1,359,984 in private schools.

The Calabarzon Region logged the highest number of enrollees at 3,009,296, and the Cordillera Administrative Region, the lowest at 346,133.

The enrollees were from kindergarten to senior high school, as well as learners with disabilities and those taking the alternative learning system. (PNA)

Simbang Gabi In Chapels In PNP Camps Limited To 30% Capacity

The celebration of Simbang Gabi for the Christmas season would be limited to 30-percent capacity in chapels inside police camps in the country.

Velasco Joins Army Reserve Corps

Speaker Lord Allan Velasco on Wednesday took his oath as a Lieutenant Colonel in the Reserve Force of the Philippine Army.

DOH Assures Funds To Buy Covid-19 Vaccine

Ayon sa Department Health, may sapat na pondo ang ahensya para sa pagbili ng COVID-19 vaccine.

Mati City Remains ‘ASF-Free’

Mati City in Davao Oriental remains free from the African swine fever (ASF) even while its neighboring provinces are registering infections.

TIKA Donates P1.5-M Sewing Machines To Manila City Gov’t

The PHP1.5 million-worth of donation will be used to support Manila’s livelihood project which hires Manila residents affected by the increasing unemployment brought by the global health crisis.

All Expressways ‘100% Ready’ For Cashless Transactions By Dec. 1

Both government officials and Luzon expressways are 100% ready for the full implementation of cashless toll payments beginning December 1.

DOLE Orders Release Of Deferred Holiday Pay For Private Workers

May holiday pay ka pa bang hindi pa binibigay?

Gatchalian Bats For Typhoon-Resistant School Buildings

Sen. Sherwin Gatchalian has urged the DepEd and the DPWH to convert school buildings into typhoon-resistant structures.

WHO Chief Sees ‘Light At The End Of Long, Dark Tunnel’

World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Ghebreyesus says that no vaccines in history had been developed as rapidly as now.

College Students In N. Samar Village Get Internet Allowance

Amid the global healh crisis, Northern Samar has prioritized a program to help college students with their virtual classes by giving students internet allowances.