Philippine Education News Round-Up (Dec. 10 - 16, 2012)

December 18, 2012

Local News

25-centavo coins build Palawan classrooms
(The Manila Times, 12/16/2012) 
SCHOOL children in Palawan province will benefit from the project organized by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) Officers’ Club and Employees Association and the Kabayanihan Foundation.

Classes to resume in typhoon-hit provinces by January, says DepEd chief
(Philippine Daily Inquirer, 12/16/2012, Dona Z. Pazzibugan) 
Classes will resume in typhoon-devastated areas by January 2013 despite the extensive loss of lives and property, according to Education Secretary Armin Luistro.

Relief funds pour in for typhoon victims
(The Manila Times, 12/13/2012, Bernice Camille V. Bauzon and Llanesca T. Panti) 
THE government’s relief and rehabilitation efforts in typhoon-damaged areas is getting a much-needed shot in the arm as donations from various sources continue to pour in.

DepEd: Tents to temporarily replace classrooms damaged by 'Pablo'
(GMANews.TV, 12/12/2012)
To make sure students can push through with their classes, tents will be set up as temporary classrooms in areas in Mindanao where schools were devastated by Tropical Cyclone Pablo (Bopha).

DepEd News


No. 223 s.2012  Dissemination of Administrative Order No. 33 and Executive Order No. 97
No. 222 s.2012  Dissemination of GPPB Circular No. 04-2012 (Clarification on the Conduct of Procurement Activities in Relation to the May 13, 2013 National and Local Elections)
No. 221 s.2012  Implementing Guidelines on the Conduct of the 2013 National Schools Press Conference (NSPC)

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