The 61st International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO), originally slated this July in St. Petersburg, Russia, will push through via a first-ever online competition.
The University of the Philippines Diliman (UPD) will confer academic degrees on 3,789 candidates for graduation in the first virtual commencement exercises to be held on Sunday, July 26, at 7 in the morning.
The National Teachers’ College has announced that it is employing a flexible remote learning model this coming school year by offering modified online and correspondence modules to students.
The city government of Manila has announced that it will be providing public school students with free access to online learning platforms under Globe’s BatangMaynilaSurf Plans.
Sen. Sherwin Gatchalian said that accelerating the provision of connectivity to all learners is a step to ensure equity in access to learning opportunities in the ‘new normal’.
The DICT has announced the launch of the Digital Teachers and Learners Project with a pilot training program in San Juan City.
UP officials said the school has around 1,600 financially challenged students who do not have the resources to acquire a computer and stable Internet access.
UCV said it has availed of Microsoft Learning Management System (LMS) licenses from PLDT Enterprise to be used by its faculty and students.