Students of Basco Central School hold their heads high during a flag ceremony. The school is one of the four “Gift of Knowledge” beneficiaries in partnership with SKYcableKnowledge Channel’s “coming of age” marks another milestone in the foundation’s pioneering journey in influencing education, learning and the Filipino—one day at a time
Since 1999, the Knowledge Channel Foundation Inc. (KCFI) has been at the forefront of helping improve education and learning outcomes through relevant and engaging multimedia learning resources and professional development of educators. On its 18th year, it continues to metamorphose and adapt to the changing education landscape and demands of 21st century learning.
To celebrate this milestone, 18 beneficiary schools will each be provided with a Knowledge Channel package that includes a TV set and a portable media library under the project “Labinwalong Handog.” The title takes off from the tradition of giving a debutante 18 gifts on her 18th birthday, but this time around, KCFI will be the one to give 18 “Gifts of Knowledge” to beneficiary schools. TV host Marlo Mortel will also bring to the event Knowledge Channel’s mobile game show, “Knowledge on the Go!.”
Alongside this is the online premiere of 18 heartwarming Knowledge Channel stories. The series will feature written and video narratives of Knowledge Channel teachers, students and partners, all of which exemplify individual and collective passions for learning and championing education. For more updates on KCFI’s 18th anniversary, visit www.knowledgechannel.org or follow us on social media via Facebook: knowledgechannel, Twitter: kchonline, Instagram: knowledge_channel and YouTube: knowledgechannelorg.