Philippines: How is education being disrupted by technology?

Philippines: How is education being disrupted by technology?

By Krista Garcia January 14, 2018 Digital tools are making it easier, faster, and cheaper to learn MANILA, Philippines – In the past 10 years or so, we’ve witnessed a pace of disruption in education that’s unmatched in previous decades. Books, curriculums, and even...

Philippines: Opening new doors to education

BY MARIVIC A. SOMEJO ON NOVEMBER 12, 2017 The country has made great strides in the education sector with the implementation of sweeping programs that has wide and far-reaching effects. Slowly but surely, the Department of Education (DepEd) is making sure that all...

Rebuilding education and peace in Mindanao

Written by Imelda Deinla Ella, not her real name, was allegedly caught as an ‘amazon’ or woman fighter for the MNLF [Moro National Liberation Front] during the Zamboanga siege in September 2013. Her family is poor and she supported herself through vocational school by...
Philippines: Sugpat: Hope abounds in displaced people’s art

Philippines: Sugpat: Hope abounds in displaced people’s art

HOPE abounds in a transitory site where young people, although poor and displaced, learn the finer points of art in a program that covers film, visual arts, puppetry and photography. Some of the beginners’ works were brought to life in an exhibit called “Sugpat:...
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