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Outstanding cop, teacher, soldier talk peace to kids »

Storytellers said their piece on peace during Saturday morning’s Inquirer Read-Along session that brought together a distinguished educator and two outstanding men in uniform.

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4 Aetas fly to India to study solar energy »

Evelyn Clemente, a 49-year-old member of the Aeta tribe in Zambales province, had never taken a plane in her life until Thursday.

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Love for books + learning = way to fight poverty »

“Love for books equates to love for learning,” was the key message of Senator Benigno Aquino IV in a speech at the opening of the 35th Manila International Book Fair (MIBF) at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City.

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Classes in all levels suspended in Cebu due to floods »

Classes in elementary and secondary schools in Cebu city and province were suspended on Thursday morning after floods hit several areas of Cebu due to incessant rains spawned by Tropical Storm “Mario” that started late Wednesday night.

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‘Kariton’ school adds new learning center »

Remember Cris “Kesz” Valdez? In 2012, the 13-year-old was awarded the International Children’s Peace Prize at The Hague for starting a group called “Championing Community Children.” His group gives out slippers, toothbrushes and toys to street children in Cavite City.

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UP, Ateneo up in world university rankings–survey »

The “Big Four” universities in the Philippines remain among the top 800 universities in the world, with the University of the Philippines (UP) and Ateneo De Manila University (Ateneo) improving their rankings on the latest global university survey published Tuesday.

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Filipino teacher in US in hot water for saying ‘N’ word »

A Filipino teacher in the United States has been placed under administrative leave after she allegedly used a racial slur in her classroom.

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Teach for the Philippines: Teacher training through an exchange mentoring program »

“One who dares to teach must never cease to learn,” American librarian John Cotton Dana, once said. In order to learn, one must continuously expose himself to various things and experiences. Trying out new things not only entails learning, but also broadens one’s perspective.

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