NYC chair clarifies: Scholars may call for Duterte resignation, join protests »

Youth commission official clarifies: Government scholars may join street protests or even call for President  Rodrigo Duterte’s resignation. 

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Duterte promoting ‘intolerance of dissent’ in the country — Colmenares »

Makabayan senatorial candidate Neri Colmenares has blamed President Rodrigo Duterte’s promotion of “intolerance of dissent” in the country.

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Lito Lapid to champion education, pro-poor bills in Senate comeback »

MANILA, Philippines - Fueled by criticisms on his educational attainment, action star and former senator Lito Lapid on Wednesday vowed to pursue education and pro-poor bills if reelected to the Senate.

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Chinese province to ban homework on cellphone apps »

An eastern Chinese province plans to ban teachers from assigning homework to be completed on cellphone apps as part of efforts to preserve students' eyesight.

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Continuing education in age of tech breakthroughs »

The Fourth Industrial revolution refers to technological breakthroughs such as robotics, artificial intelligence, the internet of things, 3D printing, blockchain and big data analytics.

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‘We had no choice’: Indonesia school expels students with HIV/AIDS »

Purwotomo 74 public elementary school in Surakarta, Central Java, expelled 14 students identified as positive for HIV/AIDS amid protests from parents of other students.

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DepEd: Higher tobacco tax to make cigarettes less available to youth »

The Department of Education said that a higher tax on tobacco products would make cigarettes “less available and affordable” to the youth.

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Gift of youth endures after 90 years »

Among all the libraries established in rural China, Heshun Library is renowned as one of the earliest and largest, as well as for its special history.

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