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Senators assail PDEA bid on mandatory drug test for teachers, students »

Who came up with the “brilliant” idea to propose the conduct of mandatory drug tests for teachers and pupils Grade 4 and up?

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Call to combine best of Swiss and Singapore education »

Combining the best of Switzerland's emphasis on vocational training with Singapore's more academic-oriented education system will help students prepare for a future of disruption. But at the same time, society has to broaden its notion of success, said Education Minister Ong Ye Kung.

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2018 Glory Awards opens search for outstanding UP MassComm alumni »

Nominations are now open for the 2018 Glory Awards. This year, the aim is to be more proactive in discovering exceptional alumni of the University of the Philippines-College of Mass Communication (UPCMC).

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In Zamboanga, Badjao community longs for real classrooms »

On June 4, the first day of school, Napsa Jimlani, 45, did not open her small sari-sari (variety) store at Buggoc Transitory Site in Barangay Sta. Catalina here, where more than 200 Badjao families were staying. Instead, the mother of 14 children spent her time preparing her four youngest children and a grandson for school.

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Ex-CJ Sereno’s high school ‘saddened’ by ouster »

“Of course, we’re saddened. We don’t know what really happened behind all those problems. The school was really saddened, but life has to go on,” the principal of the Quezon City High School said.

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Random drug tests ‘not a threat, basis’ to kick out students, teachers – Briones »

As a number of random drug testing were underway in public high schools across the country, the Department of Education (DepEd) said that positive drug tests would not serve as a basis to kick out students.

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‘Sufficient teachers, but no enough classrooms’ in Bohol school »

Students at Dr. Cecilio Putong National High School (DCPNHS) were greeted with noise from an on-going construction of adjacent two classroom buildings during the first day of classes on Monday.

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Nearly half of Afghan children are not in school »

A new report says nearly half of Afghanistan's children are not attending school because of war, poverty, child marriage and other factors.

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