Who’s confused? | Students, teachers up in arms over government’s ‘no face-to-face classes’ scenario

Without a proper gadget to make his computer programming assignments, a Filipino student taking online classes resort to writing his codes on paper. He submits this to his teacher, who then runs it for him to see if the codes he wrote were right. (Courtesy of interviewee) “It is the youth that has been victimized… Continue reading Who’s confused? | Students, teachers up in arms over government’s ‘no face-to-face classes’ scenario

Defer fees hike, schools urged

MANILA – A party-list lawmaker on Tuesday urged the Department of Education (DepEd), Commission on Higher Education (CHED), Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), and private educational institutions to defer increases in tuition and other fees for the next academic year. Ako Bicol Party-list Rep. Alfredo Garbin Jr. said there should not be any… Continue reading Defer fees hike, schools urged