The school serves as a child's second home, while her teachers are her second parents.
The school is where students are molded to be good people. There, they learn new things and meet new friends.
However, the increasing violence inside school campuses is becoming worrying for the public.
According to a study conducted by Council for the Welfare of Children, 4 out of 10 students from grades 4 to 6 and high school experience violence inside their school, which includes verbal abuse and different kinds of bullying.
Join Maan Macapagal as she delves into the issue of campus violence. Hear the stories of some of the victims and the bullies themselves, and know the factors that led a student to be a bully.
How serious and effective can the Child Protection Policy of the Department of Education be, with the increasing incidents of violence among students?
Is there a need for the government to pass the Anti-Bullying Bill into law?
Heartwarming UAAP Finals stories
Meanwhile, Jeck Batallones will bring to audiences the heart stopping game from the 75th UAAP finals last week where the Ateneo Blue Eagles went home with the champions' trophy.
Intense emotions from the Ateneo and UST fans occupied the Smart Araneta Coliseum when the Ateneo De Manila University Blue Eagles and University of Sto. Tomas Growling Tigers once again met in the finals of UAAP Men’s Basketball League after their last fight in 2006 where the Growling Tigers were declared champions.
Patrol ng Pilipino conveys the story and emotions behind the final battle.
Get to know Coach Norman Black, the man behind the milestone of the five peat championship achievement of the Ateneo Blue Eagles. What are the legacies that he will leave to the team?
Hear the heartwarming stories of some of the best players of the Ateneo Blue Eagles including Nico Salva and Kiefer Ravena.
After five consecutive years of winning, what's in store for them for the next season?
Catch the story behind the news in Patrol ng Pilipino, Tuesday, October 16, 2012, 9:15 p.m. on DZMM Teleradyo (Sky Cable Channel 26) and ABS-CBN 2 right after Bandila.