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PBEd portal seeks to reduce youth unemployment by 30%

THE Philippine Business for Education (PBEd), together with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Philippines, has developed an online career-exploration portal to help reduce youth unemployment in the country by almost one-third.

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2-day education expo aims to encourage Filipino students to study in South Korea

AIMED at increasing overseas-education opportunities for Filipinos, the South Korea Tourism Organization (KTO), National Institute for International Education (NIIED) and the University of the Philippines (UP), in Diliman, Quezon City held “Campus South South Korea, Study South Korea” on August 27 and 28 at the UP Diliman Bahay ng Alumni to expose young students to a new culture and academic rigors.

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May religion be taught in public schools?

IN a recent interview over radio, I was asked, “May religion be taught in public schools?” I said, “Yes, but the Philippine Constitution prescribed some conditions.” 

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