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Kids in Mayon’s danger zones resume schooling in tents, merged classes »

Classes in 78 schools within the 6-kilometer permanent and 8-kilometer extended danger zones around the restive Mt. Mayon volcano in Albay have all resumed.

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Malaysian student takes law in New Zealand through scholarship »

Victoria University of Wellington is pleased to announce that six undergraduate scholarships are available to students from the Asean (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) region for 2015.

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ARMM, state college sign MOA for organic food production in Basilan »

A state college and the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) have signed a memorandum of agreement to provide livelihood, initially to Basilan farming folk, through “organic food” production currently in demand because of its health benefits.

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Victoria University of Wellington announces scholarships for Asean students »

Victoria University of Wellington is pleased to announce that six undergraduate scholarships are available to students from the Associated of Southeast Asian (Asean) region for 2015.

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Harvard student goes (and excels) into unknown worlds »

Harvard University, which was home to US President Barack Obama, Microsoft founder Bill Gates and social media tycoon Mark Zuckerberg currently houses three Filipino undergraduates.

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Starting classes later good for students, US study shows »

Realizing that most students are not fully rested when they have to come to school very early, some private schools in Metro Manila will delay the start of their classes.

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SC asked to stop QC gov’t auction of UP-Ayala Land Technohub »

The University of the Philippines has asked the Supreme Court to stop the Quezon City government from auctioning off the UP-Ayala Land Technohub property to answer for its P117-million real estate tax due.

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Finally, storm survivors to move out of school »

Annabele Pido and her four children have been staying in an old Gabaldon-type building at San Fernando Central Elementary School (SFCES) for the past 10 months since Super Typhoon “Yolanda” pummeled this city last year.

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