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2 PHL teachers shine in Microsoft contest in Spain

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‘THOSE who can, do; those who can’t, teach.” So goes the age-old adage by George Bernard Shaw. Two teachers from the Visayas, Ernani Fernandez of Palo National High School in Leyte and Zoilo Pinongcos Jr. of Leganes National High School in Iloilo City, proved this otherwise.

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Group to give special children one great summer-camp treat

ABOUT 150 special children will convene for merry-making, and basic self-care and independence training during the 10-day annual summer camp of Guided and Unified Interaction for the Development of Children Inc. (Guide Inc.) from April 25 to May 4 in Orion, Bataan.

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Taguig offers scholarship grants to 24,000 students

IN Taguig, dreams do come true for those who dare stretch their arms and reach for it.

Mayor Lani Cayetano is urging the city’s almost 8,000 public high-school graduates to avail themselves of grants under the immensely successful Lifeline Assistance for Neighbors In-need (Lani) Scholarship Program and be entitled to increased financial aid and wider coverage just by deciding to pursue higher education.

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