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Bulacan State U execs, teachers sued for death of 7 students in river mishap »

A group of parents on Monday sued officials and teachers of Bulacan State University (BulSU), as well as a tour company and three local guides, for the Aug. 19 drowning of seven students in the Madlum River during a field trip organized by a school organization.

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Teaching Filipino with no regrets »

Public high school is where a number of good teachers find themselves “displaced.” That is, they handle subjects they never imagined teaching.

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Why ARMM students are smiling »

Ask the Maguindanao teachers who have been trained under the Support for the Management of an Improved Learning Environment (SMILE) program if their students are any good and they will say, with conviction, that their students are as good as everyone else.

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Monday classes suspended in Metro Manila, affected provinces »

Due to Typhoon “Luis,” Malacañang announced Sunday night the suspension of Monday classes in all levels in Metro Manila. Earlier several local government units announced similar suspensions in their respective areas.

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Keeping scalawags out, PNP wants to manage police academy »

Can the Philippine National Police (PNP) weed out scalawags even before they enter the police force?

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DepEd chief urges teachers, students to be peace-conscious »

Education Secretary Armin Luistro has urged all teachers, students and agency employees to recite the “Harmony Prayer” and “Pledge of Peace” in flag-raising rites for the celebration of the National Peace Consciousness Month this September.

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A table of really good desserts, college! »

Over 24,000 students from 70 countries, with 4,000 professors and 16,000 workers make up the University of Pennsylvania. Yes, it’s a whole different world in itself, one global institution of students, professors and employees.

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Gov’t urged to invest in education, infra to draw more investments, create jobs »

The head of the Trade Union Congress of the Philippines urged the government to invest more in education and infrastructure for the energy and agriculture sectors to draw more investments that would open up more jobs for workers.

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