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Imagine there’s heaven for young techies »

Microsoft has been spending a lot of time and money to break the old code that youth is wasted on the young.

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Who killed Tagalog? A different whodunit »

The plot thickens. How did we arrive at this point in the unique and unwritten history of our national language? Did Tagalog really die? We must go back further into the past to find out.

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Outstanding teachers are poets and writers, too »

For the first time ever, most of the awardees in Metrobank’s Search for Outstanding Teachers hold doctorate degrees.

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Upcat second time around for this mom »

In all my almost 50 years, I’ve gotten up at 4 a.m. only twice. Both instances involved my children.

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Filipino: A ‘conspiracy’ of non-Tagalogs »

It is not just symbolic that one of the first and major activities lined up by the Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino (KWF) for the National Language Month, the National Translation Congress, Aug. 7-9, was held not in “imperial Manila” but at the University of the Philippines-Visayas in the picturesque city of Iloilo.

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Don Bosco teaches the ‘out-of-school’ »

While schools are sending their students out to do on-the-job training, Electrolux, the European appliance manufacturer, is putting some of its people back in academe.

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Lessons from ‘Tatang’ »

As the son of a jeepney driver and a barbecue vendor, dabbling in stocks was farthest from the mind of Albert Maquiñana.

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First graduates find senior HS useful »

Members of the country’s first senior high school (SHS) classes appear to be already reaping the rewards of the additional two years of studies.

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National language: Filipino or Pilipino? »

Is the national language called Filipino or Pilipino?

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Five to go ‘camping’ in Switzerland »

Five young, promising scientists got the shock of their lives during the recent Novartis Biotechnology Leadership Camp (BioCamp) at the SMX Convention Center.

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Educators’ summit: K to 12 concerns, jobs for graduates »

The 2014 Philippine Higher Education Presidents’ Summit will be held on Aug. 15 at the SMX Convention Center in a bid to unify a divided higher education sector.

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Metro students get ‘eco-passbooks’ »

Two years after the National Ecosavers Program (NEP) was launched, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) has handed over to the Department of Education (DepEd) 250,000 passbooks to allow Metro Manila public elementary and high school students to avail of the project’s incentives.

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More honors for Filipino Chevening scholar »

A Filipino lawyer currently on a postgraduate scholarship in the United Kingdom has been selected to participate in the US government’s premier professional exchange program.

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‘Bahay Kubo’ veggies thrive in school gardens »

Every elementary pupil may know “Bahay Kubo” by heart, but only a few may be able to identify the vegetables mentioned in the folk song.

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