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CEAP and Senior High School

After the beautiful liturgy presided over by Msgr. Ely Fuentes and the warm welcome accorded us by our gracious host, Fr. Christopher Maspara, of the University of San Jose Recolletos, it is my privilege as President of CEAP to welcome you to this National Basic Education Summit focusing especially on “opportunities, concerns and challenges faced by the private schools” – perhaps even especially by Catholic schools – “in the implementation of the Senior High School Program.” 1,358 more words


Athenian Democracy: The Need for Education

The two major powers in ancient Greece can teach us many lessons about ourselves and our government. Athens shows us the values and dangers of democracy. 609 more words


Of Quality Education: what defines quality?

Running a children’s charity would mean providing the little ones the basic necessities of life which they are deprived of for various reasons. Akshaya Patra opened its doors to Indian children in the year 2000 by providing them mid-day meals in government schools and government-aided schools. 450 more words


​Intentional and Strategic Education: A Sustainably Developed Africa

By Phomolo Matleelane

Last year I had the opportunity to tutor my landlord’s kids for the 3 months. I took a break when the child completed his exams to refresh and started with his big sister close to her exams. 558 more words

Teachers need more than promises on education.

Well, folks, here we go again.

About a week or so ago, the details of the new tentative agreement between the bargaining team for the Nova Scotia Teacher’s Union and the Liberal government were revealed to an anxiously awaiting audience of teachers. 1,259 more words

Public Education

What you should consider while considering higher education?

The right degree courses pay themselves off. Students considering whether to take on huge education loans are continuously instructed that higher studies is the gateway to the middle income group. 630 more words

Higher Education

We, the people of India Creating Equal Opportunities

Independence to Republic Day: In 1930, The Indian National Congress christened January 26th, that is the last Sunday of January as Independence Day. However, it took us more than 17 years to become independent after that. 118 more words

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