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Cavite school allows poorest students to ‘level up’ »

Poverty had stripped them not only of their basic needs but also of their hopes for a brighter future and their belief that they could be better individuals.

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KidZania: Children learn with lots of fun value of hard work »

The head of the Philippines’ biggest budget airline, perhaps following his personal story, wants the country’s youth to get an early start in life.

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Practical advice on how to take the exams for medical school »

Hello, college student! Tomorrow, Nov. 23, some of you will be taking the National Medical Admission Test (NMAT). This is one of the major requirements of medical schools in the Philippines; this exam will determine which school you can apply for (and hopefully get admitted, too).

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Cebu Pacific Air to launch flights to KidZania Manila »

The country’s leading airline, Cebu Pacific Air, will launch its newest flights to the nation where kids rule—KidZania Manila.

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DBM releases additional P775.5 million to build more classrooms »

The Department of Budget and Management (DBM) reported on Thursday that it has released an additional P775.5 million for the building of more classrooms all over the country.

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Technology can make teachers happy and efficient »

“Ma’am, when will you give us our Quipper codes?” “I saw you on YouTube!” “Please accept my FB invite.”

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Pianist holds master class for Filipino music majors »

World-famous pianist Christian Leotta not only wowed a highly discriminating audience during his Manila debut; he also went out of his way to hold a master class for music students and professors from the University of the Philippines College of Music, University of Santo Tomas Conservatory of Music and Philippine High School for the Arts despite his hectic schedule which has taken him on a whirlwind tour of China, Japan, Thailand and South Korea before coming to the country.

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Catholic parochial schools losing thousands of students every year – CBCP report »

There has been a decrease in the number of students enrolled in the 27 parochial schools in Metro Manila run by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila, according to a report of CBCP News, the official news service of the Catholic Bishops" Conference of the Philippines.

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