How pandemic widens education gap: PHINMA to hold an online con

A two-day online event called “Education@theMargins: A Global Alliance” organized by PHINMA Education Holdings, Inc. (PEHI) on Jan. 25 (6 pm, PH time) and Jan.  27 (4 pm, PH time), 2021, according to its website, aims to provide an informed understanding of how the COVID-19 pandemic expands the education gap affecting the marginalized students.

The online dialogue attempts to discuss the global and technological solutions to the pressing issues this pandemic poses.

Renowned speakers from around the world are invited to share and take part in attempting to create and discuss country solutions, insights and global and technological solutions.

Registration is ongoing as of press time for both Day 1 (Jan 25, 6 pm) and Day 2 (Jan. 27, 4 pm). (You may click the link to proceed directly to the registration page of each event.)

Joining the speakers are Ramon R. del Rosario, Jr., PHINMA president and CEO; Chito B. Salazar, PHINMA Education president and CEO; and PHINMA Education Chief Learning Officer Francis L. Larios.

PHINMA Corporation’s PEHI started investing in education services in 2004 by acquiring PHINMA Araullo University in Cabanatuan. Since then, its network of schools expanded across the Philippines, namely: PHINMA Cagayan de Oro College; PHINMA University of Pangasinan; PHINMA University of Iloilo; Southwestern University PHINMA in Cebu City; PHINMA Saint Jude College in Manila; PHINMA Republican College in Quezon City; and PHINMA Rizal College of Laguna. ▲

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