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Pinoy student to banner PH team in Colombia for int’l math tilt

A 16-year-old math wizard from Jubilee Christian Academy topped the 2013 Philippine Mathematical Olympiad (PMO), earning him a chance to represent the country to the 54th International Mathematical Olympiad in Santa Marta, Columbia in July 2013.

PH seeks to replicate Taiwan’s tech-infused classroom set-up

The Science Education Institute (SEI) has sent six of its staff in Taiwan to undergo extensive study visits with renowned academic and research institutions in the island-nation.

DepEd mulls digital mobile planetarium in Region 2

The Department of Education in Region 2 (DepEd-2) is planning to introduce a digital teaching tool dubbed ?Skyxplore Mobile Digital Planetarium? in the K to 12 curriculum in the region.

PH Catholic schools hop on the cloud with Google deal

The Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines (CEAP) has inked an agreement with Internet behemoth Google for free access to cloud-based applications and e-mail system.

Video entry of Quezon students win top plum in Unesco tilt

A team of students from Lopez National Comprehensive High School from Quezon Province won first prize in Unesco Bangkok?s ?Better Learning, Better Life? competition.

STI, manpower firm team up for work-educ program

The partnership between STI and Nozomi will allow trainees to enroll in their chosen courses in selected STI campuses nationwide while concurrently working in the accredited business enterprise of Nozomi.

P1.7-B project is biggest R&D initiative in PH

The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) is spearheading the Philippine-California Advanced Research Institutes (PCARI), which is touted as the single-best outlay for research and development (R&D) in the country.

Bill filed for more S&T scholarships, incentives for teachers

A senator has filed a bill for the creation of new science, math and engineering scholarships, building on the current program offered by the DOST through its Science Education Institute (SEI).

UA&P team is Asia Pacific winner of Google tilt

A team composed of students from the University of Asia and the Pacific (UA&P) was recently declared the winner for Asia-Pacific in a global online contest sponsored by tech giant Google.

DepEd, DOST back bill allowing S&T grads to teach science, math

The DepEd and the DOST have thrown their support behind a proposed legislation that allows graduates in science, mathematics, statistics and engineering courses to teach science and mathematics in elementary and secondary levels.

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