Month: May 2016

DepEd assures smooth implementation of K-12 program

The Department of Education (DepEd) assured that they have already resolved some issues in the country’s basic education system to ensure a smooth transition into and full implementation of the K to 12 Program. (more…)


Spotlight: Mr. Cesar Apolinario

At a very young age of seven, he started working as a takatak vendor in the streets of Cubao. When he turned 18, he tried his luck overseas and served as a fast food attendant for two years.

Now he is a renowned film maker and broadcast journalist. Having landed these two high profile jobs was an accident for Cesar Apolinario. (more…)

The Rise of Cults and Ignorance

During the 2010 elections a few candidates have already experimented on social media by posting campaign ads on Facebook. Six years later, social media has evolved and significantly changed the landscape of election campaigning. Television commercials, print advertisements, and campaign rallies alone no longer enough. Filipinos have gone digital and it is necessary to make noise online in order for the voting public to pay attention to a candidate. (more…)