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The K-12 system will produce dropouts and what else?

MANILA (UCAN) : Catholic educators in The Philippines have called on the government to prioritise laws to upgrade the quality of education in the country.

“Most of our legislators are only interested in creating state universities and colleges that only contribute to the number of schools with poor standards,” Jesuit Father Joel Tabora said.







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Education has a ripple effect

HONG KONG (Mabuhay) : Over 90 people donned the academic gowns of the University of Hong Kong to receive their graduation certificates at the Rayson Huang Theatre on September 27, after attending a series of talks on various aspects of health care.

The new graduates said that the course has boosted their self-confidence, as well as helping them to improve their performance in the workplace.







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Education should be for all

MANILA (Agencies) : “World leaders have a duty to take seriously the task of providing their people easy access to education. Everyone must be given the chance to a kind of education that respects their ethnic background, cultural upbringing and socio-economic status,” Jeanette Javie Sumicad, a special education teacher at Siena College Taytay, told CBCP News.