By Annelle Tayao-Juego
, Nastasha Verayo
A classroom full of rowdy, shrieking kids usually comes with an angry and stressed-out teacher.
For some Filipinos, it’s almost inconceivable to dip their toes in the country’s famously murky public school system. So it’s doubly puzzling when Filipino-Americans leave their “States-side” comforts to dive head-first into it and become public school teachers in the Philippines.
College graduates who want to join the 2015 batch are encouraged to submit applications before Dec. 17. Summer Institute invitations are extended as soon as TFP finds qualified candidates.
By Butch Hernandez
Millennials share common values with the generations before them, such as the primacy of family, but they tend to be more socially aware and environmentally conscious.
By Brian Tomas
Post college existential malaise is a real thing, and I recognize that now as I look back at the year of my own graduation and all the events (and nonevents) that subsequently transpired, now referred to by my brain as The Great Depression of 2013. I remember those feelings of hopelessness and inadequacy, of crippling self-doubt, as I watched crumble all the confidence that four years of overpriced education had built. It’s not great.