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Free tuition only for smart poor students »

Poor but “academically able” college students, especially those under the student financial assistance programs (Stufaps) and whose households are included in the conditional cash transfer program, will enjoy tuition-free schooling this year, according to the free college education policy.

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Never too late to learn for 2 septuagenarians »

Tatay Albes, 78, and Nanay Sally, 79, have proven true the saying that it’s never too late to learn.

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Deped working group to review field trip policy »

The Department of Education (DepEd) has created a technical working group (TWG) to review and amend all related policies on educational trips following a moratorium it imposed on these activities in public schools two months ago.

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Duterte: Proposed law on ROTC revival in the works »

President Duterte again made a pitch for reimposing mandatory reserve military training as part of the school curriculum.

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Benjamin Alves not blinded by titles »

As someone who finished college with honors, Benjamin Alves encounters this question from time to time: “Why waste your education by staying in show biz?”

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Malala Yousafzai becomes honorary Canadian citizen »

Nobel Peace laureate Malala Yousafzai became only the sixth person to receive honorary Canadian citizenship Wednesday, as she called on the country to be bold in advocating for girls' education.

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Duterte to seek Middle East leaders’ help in attaining Mindanao peace »

President Duterte has said he will seek the support of Middle East heads of state for a lasting peace in Mindanao. “I will seek their support for our efforts to bring just and lasting peace in Mindanao,” the President said in his pre-departure speech at the Francisco Bangoy International Airport here on Monday (Apr. 10.) President Duterte said he would particularly seek the support of the leaders of countries he would visit in his Middle East tour.

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DepEd calls for vigilance amid student rape incidents »

The Department of Education on Wednesday appealed to the parents and the public to be more vigilant and proactive in “preventing and deterring incidents that result in the abuse, exploitation, and discrimination against children.”

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