Tamac was one of the worse Barangay that was hit by typhoon Ineng. I wonder where are those calamity funds now? And where are the local officials? Oh I know, they are all on Facebook declaring their candidacy. ——- By Maria Teresa B. Benas VILLAVICIOSA, Abra, (PIA) — Education is by far the most significant … Continue reading
BY: MARIA TERESA B. BENAS BANGUED, Abra, May 13 (PIA) – Abra Congresswoman Ma. Jocelyn Valera-Bernos convened last week a meeting to clarify the role of the line agencies in charge of the implementation of the programs where her Congressional Funds are being channeled.
It’s quite obvious that this incident happened in Abra High School in Bangued. I believe the Principal is Pempe Bernardez. Watch the video: Balitang Ilocano, Bridgette Mayor.
By Maria Teresa B. Benas SAN QUINTIN, Abra, Aug. 7 (PIA) — The Tangadan Elementary School (TES) of San Quintin emerged as top performing public school in the province of Abra.
I very nice gesture from our Elected officials. Will they get employment after school? Are they creating jobs too? ————- By Maria Teresa B. Benas BANGUED, Abra, Aug. 1 (PIA) — High school graduates here under the Alternative Learning System (ALS) of the Department of Education will have a chance to pursue their college education … Continue reading
Youth leader Erosbon L. Sabedo was chosen to represent the Philippines to join the Ship for Southeast Asian Youth Program 2013 (SSEAYP 2013). Mr. Sabedo is from Licuan-Baay and worked with the RNHeals. The duty of youth is to challenge corruption said Kurt Cobain. So good luck and represent as well Mr. Sabedo!
Is it a rocket science that in order to improve child’s performance in school, a child needs to have a good health condition and parents are able to afford their education? I wish the present administration should prioritize Health and Education programs for Abrenians. —————————– BANGUED, Abra July 12 — On its recent report on … Continue reading
Lagayan, Abra. 30 students from the grade schools of Collago, Pang-ot, and Lukgay were given gifts for their schools activities through P.E.A.C.E. for Abra, a FaceBook group dedicated in helping the kids to attain better education.
By Edward Lao, ABS-CBN Europe News Bureau LONDON — Pinoy performers from across the United Kingdom combined forces in London recently for a fundraising event to help the children of Abra, Philippines.
Back to school and the burden of keeping up with the cost of education is getting heavier. With all the money flowing around (PDAF, IRA, RA 7171), the government should consider making high school education totally free. ——– Divine Word College of Bangued in Abra and St. Theresita’s School in Tabuk City, Kalinga also expressed … Continue reading