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Albay, Ligao, Tabaco cancel sem break to hold make-up classes after Mayon unrest »

Three school divisions in the Bicol region have declared no semestral breaks in elementary and secondary schools to make up for the disruption of classes caused by Mayon Volcano’s state of unrest.

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5 Cagayan Valley SUCs need 1,570 teachers »

Cagayan Valley is asking the national government to raise funds for hiring additional teachers and address the shortage of instructors in five state universities here.

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UST features Spanish architect in lecture on Hispanic built heritage in Africa »

The University of Santo Tomas Graduate School and Archivo de la Universidad de Santo Tomas (UST Archives) will present Spanish architect, architecture historian and urban planner Placido Gonzalez Martinez in a lecture on Oct. 23 at 3 p.m. at Rm. 404 of the UST Graduate School, Thomas Aquinas Research Complex, UST campus.

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Harvard alumni in PH unite for a cause »

It is one of the most renowned and elite learning institutions in the world.

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UST literary journal calls for contributions »

Tomas, the official peer-reviewed literary journal of the UST Center for Creative Writing and Literary Studies, is now accepting contributions to the fifth issue of its second volume.

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PEN to hold literature-teaching workshop in CDO »

The Philippine Center of International PEN (Poets, Playwrights, Essayists, Novelists) will hold “For Love of the Word: Workshops on Teaching Philippine Literature in High School and College” on Oct. 27, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m, at the University Conference Hall, Capitol University, Cagayan de Oro City, Misamis Oriental.

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Temporary classrooms rising in Albay town »

With Mayon Volcano continuing to be restive for over a month now, the Department of Education has decided to build 15 makeshift classrooms for hundreds of students of Camalig North Central School who were displaced by evacuees from the volcano’s danger zones.

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Healthy schools prevent lifestyle diseases »

The World Health Organization estimates that NCDs (noncommunicable diseases such as cancer and those affecting the cardiovascular system) account for up to 35 million deaths worldwide every year, or up to 60 percent of all deaths annually.

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