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House passes bill expanding PSHS System on 2nd reading

House Bill 9726 would facilitate the establishment of at least two Philippine Science High School campuses per region, but only one campus per province.

Data-centric courses top choices of Pinoys in Coursera

In 2023, Coursera saw a huge surge in interest for generative AI content, with searches increasing by five-fold in the Philippines compared to the previous year.

STI students win in Huawei developer contest in China

A team of three students from STI Tagaytay emerged as second runner-up in the Huawei Developer Competition held last Nov. 18 in Dongguan, China.

Report sees AI, skills-based learning as top trends in PH higher educ in 2024

In a virtual briefing last Nov. 16, edutech company Instructure, in collaboration with market research firm Hanover Research, released a global study identifying the...

IBM eyes AI training for 2 million from underrepresented communities

IBM said learners will benefit from a new generative AI course roadmap and collaborations with non-governmental organizations (NGOs) worldwide.

Rizal National Science HS tops first all-female robotics contest

The country’s first-ever and only all-female robotics competition in the country dubbed “Tagisang Robotics Competition (TRC): Girls & Gears” was held last August 19 at the PICC in Pasay City.

PH records best finish in Informatics Olympiad in Hungary

Three Filipino students achieved the country's best overall performance in the recently concluded 35th International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI) held from Aug. 28 to Sept. 4, 2023 in Szeged, Hungary.

AIM students win Schneider Electric ‘Go Green’ competition

Team Yumari is comprised of graduate students Angelica Limpe Candano, Rochelle Dichaves, and Frances Camille Parado, who are all taking their Masters in Innovation and Business at AIM.

US-based Pinoy prof says educ sector should embrace AI

Mojica recently held a talk on the risks and benefits of generative AI tools in teaching and research hosted by the Technological Institute of the Philippines (T.I.P.) last month, in a webinar entitled “Artificial Intelligence in Teaching and Research: Boon or Bane?”

Leveraging technology key to learning amid crises: experts

Education experts reaffirmed that blended learning can be effective and can improve education delivery and learning continuity through targeted interventions that use available technology.

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