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Bill on mandatory school armchairs for lefties gets House nod »

The House of Representatives has passed a bill requiring all public and private schools in to provide armchairs for left-handed people.

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House panel tackles bills reviving mandatory ROTC »

The House committee on basic education and culture began on Monday its deliberations on bills seeking the revival of the mandatory basic Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) for Grades 11 and 12 (senior high school) in public and private schools nationwide.

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DepEd: Teachers still ‘required to report for work’ during Christmas break »

The Department of Education (Deped) on Saturday clarified its amended Christmas break for teachers, saying they may be required to report for work from Dec. 16 to 22.

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Thailand: Researchers work on bringing art to visually impaired students »

“Art is my favorite subject,” Nattinan Dankratok, a Mathayom-4 student at Kanlayanawat School in Khon Kaen province, said.

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Can basketball save the world? New NYU course says yes »

NEW YORK — Basketball is moving from the court to the classroom at NYU, though students won't be tested on dribbling or shooting.

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Petitioners ask SC to declare K-12 program unconstitutional  »

Parents, teachers, students of Manila Science High School has asked the Supreme Court to reconsider its decision declaring K-12 curriculum under Republic Act 10533 or the Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2013 as constitutional.

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Salceda decries ‘stupid’ implementation of free college education law »

Albay 2nd Dist. Rep. Joey Salceda on Wednesday scrutinized the “stupid” implementation of the free college education law.

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Hundreds of schools shut in Burkina Faso over jihadi attacks »

In Burkina Faso, a country struggling to contain jihadist violence, education is one of the victims of the insurgency.

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