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Philippine Education News Round-Up (Jan. 07 - 13, 2013)

January 14, 2013

Local News

Fund for school supplies in typhoon-hit areas out
(The Manila Times, 01/09/2013) 
EDUCATION Secretary Armin Luis-tro announced on Tuesday that the Department of Education (DepEd) has released over P2 million, to buy school supplies for students affected by typhoon Pablo
(international codename: Bopha) in the provinces of Compostela Valley and Davao Oriental, as classes resumed on January 3.

Isabela HS is ‘greenest’ school
(Philippine Daily Inquirer, 01/11/2013, Dona Z. Pazzibugan) 
It’s not easy being green. But 16 public schools from around the country managed to make the grass greener and were named winners in the first nationwide search for the best school forest park.

You’ll graduate, Luistro assures storm victims
(Philippine Daily Inquirer, 01/08/2013, Dona Z. Pazzibugan) 
Some 50,000 students in the public schools destroyed by Typhoon “Pablo” will graduate on schedule despite having to finish the school year in makeshift classrooms.

2 Iloilo city schools roll out sex education
(The Manila Times, 01/11/2013, Lydia C. Pendon) 
Two public schools in the city were selected to pilot the comprehensive sexuality education and population development education program approved by the Department of Education (DepEd).

DepEd News

Updates

DepEd, French Embassy renew partnership to strengthen French instruction  
DepEd monitors school building damage reports  

Memos

No. 3 s.2013  Synchronized Supreme Pupil Government (SPG) And Supreme Student Government (SSG) Elections and Organization of the Division, Regional and National Federations of Supreme Student Governments for School Year-2014

No. 2 s.2013  Schedule of Licensure Examination for Year 2013

No. 1 s.2013  Dissemination of Republic Act No. 10354 (An Act Providing for a National Policy on Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health)

Orders

No. 1 s.2013  Implementation of P 4,000.00 Net Take Home Pay for DepEd Personnel

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