CHED Stops SHS Programs in SUCs, LUCs: Prioritize Students’ Welfare

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CHED mandates the removal of SHS programs from SUCs and LUCs The welfare of the students must be prioritized by the education department after the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) stopped the senior high school programs in state universities and colleges (SUCs), and in local universities and colleges (LUCs). The K-12 program in the Philippines … Read more

Teachers, Students to Get 50% Ticket Discount in FIBA World Cup

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Teachers and Students Watching FIBA World Cup 2023 Given 50% Discount Basketball fan teachers and students who will watch FIBA World Cup 2023 in Philippine Arena in Bocaue, Bulacan will be give 50% discount. Students and teachers who want to watch the upcoming 2023 FIBA World Cup in the country will receive a discount from … Read more

Risa Hontiveros Urges CHED to Probe Alleged ‘Ghost Scholars’

Risa Hontiveros Exposes Alleged ‘Ghost Scholars’ Under CHED Program Senator Risa Hontiveros exposed the alleged ‘ghost scholars’ under Commission on Higher Education (CHED) free education program. Hontiveros uncovered the suspected “ghost scholars” utilizing the CHED scholarship program in a statement on Wednesday. She revealed that her office has been receiving complaints that as many as … Read more

COA Wants 338 Students to Return Excessive Scholarship Grants

338 Students Should Return Excessive Scholarship Grants Say COA The Commission on Audit (COA) calls out 338 students to return the excessive scholarship grants they received from the government. The follow-up call was prompted by Rep. France Castro of the ACT Teachers raising concern about the doubling of student scholarship funds during budget deliberation. According … Read more

CHED Adopts Flexible Learning As New Norm in College

CHED Chairman Prospero de Vera

CHED Speaks on “Flexible Learning” As the New Norm CHED – The Commission on Higher Education officially adopted the “flexible learning” as a new normal in the college level. The educational system is one of those that were greatly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines. It has been a year now since PH … Read more

4 Universities in Western Visayas Allowed for Face-to-Face Classes – CHED

CHED Allowed 4 Universities in Western Visayas to Conduct Face-to-Face Classes The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) has allowed four (4) universities in Western Visayas to operate face-to-face classes amid the pandemic. West Visayas State University (WVSU), Central Philippine University (CPU), Iloilo Doctors College (IDC), and PHINMA-University of Iloilo (PHINMA-UI) are allowed to hold face-to-face … Read more

Limited Face-To-Face Classes For Tertiary Level – CHED, DOH Sets Rules

Guidelines For Limited Face-To-Face Classes For Tertiary Set LIMITED FACE-TO-FACE CLASSES – The Department of Health along with the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) gave the guidelines for the resumption of face-to-face classes at the tertiary level. Amid the coronavirus pandemic, an entire shift in the educational system was imposed. For over a year, students … Read more

CHED Distribution of Tertiary Education Subsidies Affected by COVID-19 Pandemic

COVID-19 Pandemic Delays CHED Distribution of College Education Subsidies CHED – The distribution of the Tertiary Education Subsidies (TES) by the Commission on Higher Education was affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines brought a lot of changes. Nowadays, people are wearing face masks and face shields when going outdoors. It … Read more

BREAKING NEWS: CHED Suspends Overseas Internships For Pinoy Students


CHED Implements Suspension on Foreign Internships for Pinoy Students CHED – The Commission on Higher Education decided to suspend the overseas internships for Pinoy students. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected over 200 countries and territories across the globe. It brought a lot of changes to nations with confirmed cases like the Philippines. According to the … Read more