Category: Education

  • Congratulations, Criminologists!

    Congratulations to Kristen Joy Gonzales Pagud of the University of the Cordilleras (Baguio Colleges Foundation) for making it to the top with a rating of 87.90%. Likewise, congratulations to the following schools too for making it to the list of “top performing schools”. A. With 100 or more examinees:Cordillera Career Development College, 63 of 104, […]

  • Scrap Physical Education!

    I’m not sure I’ll agree with a University of Baguio official’s proposal to scrap Rizal courses in college but I definitely agree with the proposal to scrap Physical Education. Seriously, I don’t see the relevance of PE as a general education subject. If someone wants to major in PE, then that’s well and good. But […]

  • Civil Service Exam Results: Cordi Registers Highest Passing Rate

    Congratulations to those who passed the Civil Service Exam last March 2008. The results were released this month and the Inquirer is reporting that our region recorded the highest passing rate (19.64%) which is ten percentage points higher than the national passing rate (9.99%). Not bad, boondock dwellers, not bad at all 🙂 For the […]

  • Desiree of the Mountains

    Here’s an interesting story about a high school student from the Mt. Province General Comprehensive High School (MPGCHS). If her name sounds a little familiar, it may be because you read a blog post which included her name in our other blog. Desiree of the MountainsBy Jenny Santiago/Inquirer

  • Smart Schools in Ifugao

    Remember the Smart School Program we first blogged about last year? Smart added Ifugao Provincial High School, Madella Comprehensive High School, Banaue Central School, and Lagawe Central School in the list of schools it is supporting in the Cordilleras. Actually, I’m not sure if Smart is still supporting the other schools it supported last year […]

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