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Read-Along lesson: It’s hard but you can be a hero »

SOME 60 children aged 6 to 12 listened to tales of courage, selflessness and sacrifice during the special Inquirer Read-Along session on Saturday to commemorate National Heroes Day.

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Homeschooling: DIY learning works »

In the Mendoza household, learning knows no age and boundaries.

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‘No homework’ policy adopted by one teacher in US state »

One Texan teacher believes that kids have suffered enough and is trying out a new “no homework” policy in the new school year.

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Continuing education for agri extension »

For agriculture extension to be effective, the 3,000 extension workers currently under the local government units should be required to have continuing professional education. This is specially important because our farmers and fisherfolk depend on the technology they receive from these extension workers to compete against imported agricultural goods that increasingly flood our shores.

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SC urged to take moral high ground on Marcos hero burial »

The lawyer who led the campaign at the Supreme Court against the government’s K to 12 program has joined the call against the burial of the late President Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani.

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Pangilinan wants voter education in high school curriculum »

Senator Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan is pushing for the passage of a bill mandating voter education for junior and senior high school students.

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DepEd stresses child protection »

THE DEPARTMENT of Education has reiterated the need for all public and private schools to create a child protection committee (CPC) and ensure all cases of abuse are closely monitored and investigations conducted expeditiously.

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