Face-to-face classes

Edilberto C. de Jesus - @inquirerdotnet 08/04/2022

A rare consensus among experts from different disciplines point to the protracted suspension of classes, followed by the restrictions on face-to-face (F2F) instruction, as the biggest blow inflicted by the pandemic on education and society. The public…

An exceptional election

Edilberto C. de Jesus - @inquirerdotnet 05/05/2022

Whatever the outcome, the 2022 election campaign has been confounding. “Weird” was retired CJ Panganiban’s observation on poor-performing candidates attacking second placer Vice President Leni Robredo, rather than front-runner Ferdinand Marcos Jr., about whom they professed more…

Presidential legacies

Edilberto C. de Jesus - @inquirerdotnet 07/03/2021

Presidential deaths, even of those no longer in office, inevitably invite inquiries into legacy. But performance assessment, particularly with presidents limited to a single term, comes even earlier than the end of the administration, as it sets…

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