Being a public school teacher, either for elementary or secondary institutions, is a highly sought-after job. Proof of this is the fact that twice every year, tens of thousands take the Professional Regulation Commission’s licensure examination for teachers. This is because earning a teaching license
The Promo is called Be Our Next OFW Millionaire where OFWs around the globe are encouraged to watch the webinar entitled NEVER WORK AGAIN. The webinar is a 17-minute video where Mr. and Mrs. Terence Lim discus how they managed to become millionaire through property
Four years ago, Miss Milgray Mendoza* retired as an Economics teacher in a Manila public high school after over 30 years on the job. Now aged 69, she is still teaching part-time for a public university. Although she remains passionate about teaching, it is not
Death is one topic most Filipinos are very averse to talk about in whatever circumstance. Doing so is frequently described as perhaps the worst form of negative-thinking. If you bring up death during conversations even with loved ones, you’ll certainly hear responses like “Patay agad?
A lot of college professors have certainly experienced this scene at some point during their teaching career: a crestfallen student saying that he or she will be dropping out of the class midway through the semester because of financial problems. While most students are fortunate enough