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HAU’s ‘No Student Left Behind’ recognized in Washington, DC

Along with 258 international promising practice awardees, Holy Angel University's "No Student Left Behind" (NSLB) campaign was recognized at the 2018 National Forum on Character on October 4 to 7, 2018, held at Washington Marriott Wardman Park, Washington, DC. The forum was organized by Character.org, a US-based organization that advocates for integrity, honesty, respect, and other core ethical values to be fused into the education sphere.


HAU was represented by Iris Castro, Head of Office of Student Services and Affairs and Norma Bulaclac, Head of University Guidance Center at the International Forum, which was attended by more than 700 participants from the different US districts as well as schools from other countries. HAU is the sole participant from the Philippines.


Delegates who attended the Forum exhibited their organizations’ practices and initiatives that foster collaboration and good character building. The initiatives were diverse and ranged from peer mentoring to random acts of kindness. Details about HAU’s NSLB program was exhibited and presented to fellow delegates of the forum.


On December 2017, HAU was awarded the National School of Character distinction by the Character Education Partnership Philippines, an affiliate of Character.org. HAU is the first university in the Philippines to have been given this distinction.


Date Posted: 11-09-2018