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UP Masscom awards outstanding alumni in first-ever Glory Awards »

Eight distinguished alumni of the University of the Philippines College of Mass Communications (UPCMC) will be honored during the first-ever “Glory Awards” ceremony to be held on November 11, 2017 at the UP Bahay ng Alumni, DIliman Quezon City.

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More than Math and English: PH team wins P2.6M grant to expand unique after-school learning solution »

Aside from English and Math, kids learn grit and leadership from the TULA program, which won $50,000 at a 3-minute MIT pitching competition.

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Australia tightens English requirements for foreign students »

Australia is tightening English language requirements for foreign students in what it said Thursday is a bid to improve standards across the country's Aus$28 billion ($22 billion) international education market.

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P20-M additional budget for Robredo’s office proposed in Senate »

Senator Loren Legarda, chair of the Senate finance committee,  proposed a P20 million additional fund for the Office of the Vice President’s flagship program “Angat Buhay.” The P20 million will be allocated to the OVP on top of the P177 million budget for its operations and subsidies. 

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Can AI replace English education? »

Considerable advances have been made in machine translation that utilizes artificial intelligence, to the point that it now, in some fields, provides the average English skill level of a university graduate. How much might machines be able to achieve in the future?

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Move over Neymar: how rugby players hope to change Brazil »

The boys and girls running on the dusty football pitch in a Rio favela could be kids anywhere in Brazil if not for one detail: the oddly shaped ball they're chasing.

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3.5 million refugee children don’t attend school — UN »

More than half the world's refugee children —  some 3.5 million altogether — do not attend school, the UN refugee agency said Tuesday, urging greater and steadier funding for their education.

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Gatchalian urges Neda: Fast-track plans to jumpstart Marawi economy »

The National Economic Development Authority (Neda) should fast-track plans to jumpstart the local economy of war-torn Marawi City, Senator Sherwin "Win" Gatchalian said on Sunday.

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