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DepEd chief: Education can’t wait in war-torn Marawi »

The familiar sound of a school bell was heard in this war-torn city in Lanao del Sur province on Wednesday to signal a government-led drive to clean, repair and improve school buildings damaged by the five-month fighting between government troops and Islamic State-inspired terrorists.

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DepEd vows to strengthen alternative learning system »

Education Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones vowed on Sunday to continue strengthening and expanding the Department of Education's (DepEd) alternative learning system (ALS) program to provide greater access to basic education.

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2 Inquirer editors, former Readers’ Advocate, among UPCMC honorees »

Two editors of the Philippine Daily Inquirer and the paper's former Readers' Advocate received the Glory Medal of Distinction from the University of the Philippines College of mass Communication Alumni Association (UPCMCAA) for their outstanding work in journalism.

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New course launched to enhance capabilities of Islamic teachers in Singapore »

The research and education arm of the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (Muis) has launched a new course that aims to help Islamic teachers read religious texts in the context of Singapore's multi-religious society.

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In Agusan del Sur, ‘Lumad’ kids stop crossing mountain, river as new school is built »

Esperanza, Agusan del Sur—For 40 years, Higaonon children in a remote tribal community of Balobo in Barangay Bunaguit here had to trek the mountains and ride bamboo rafts downstream for more than an hour to reach elementary schools in other villages where they enrolled in Grades 5 and 6.

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China, UK team up to train nuclear engineers »

Britain’s University of Sheffield and China’s Tsinghua University announced on Wednesday that they have created a master’s degree program in nuclear engineering and management, to help ensure the supply of qualified graduates for bilateral projects.

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In China, first year of college a hotbed of problems, from food to friends »

More than 70 percent of college freshmen encounter problems adapting to a new environment, according to a recent research report.

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Filipino teachers, students in Brunei feted in ceremony »

Over 360 Filipino educators and students were recently honored for their exemplary contributions at the inaugural Tribute and Gathering for Filipino Teachers and Students in Brunei Darussalam held at the Indera Samudra Grand Hall of The Empire Hotel & Country Club in Jerudong.

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