This is happening on Friday, guys! April 20, 9-11 A.M., CCP Tanghalang Huseng Batute. The whole event is for free. Just don’t forget to register: https://docs.google.com/ Lots of indie books will […]
ALS teachers and learners alike have noticed discrepancies between the official memos released by Commission on Higher Education and the Certificate of Ratings released by Bureau of Education Assessment. On the most recent CORs provided by BEA, we are erroneously labeled as Junior High School passers only, when in fact, as part of the old Basic Education Curriculum, we are High School graduates and therefore are eligible for college. Due to this glaring blunder, the majority of HEIs would not accept us as college freshmen even if it is their prerogative to do so.
UPDATED: 60% NA PO ANG PASSING. YES! Despite the discouragement of some fellow learners and their suggestions of postponing the protest regarding the A&E Test that took place last November, […]
Dear Department of Education, I am Abigail Jashael Bagabaldo, one of the Quezon City passers of the ALS Test for Secondary last November 2017. Despite having a good […]
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Last February my novel The Angelic Conflict won second place at the first Project NY Battle. The contestants were prompted to write and polish within thirty days a 20,000- to 30,000-word English, […]
Originally posted on Musicouch by Victoria Jenkins. I don’t remember why or when, but at some point in my youtube adventures, I subscribed to a group called Summerfield. Now, I […]