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Nearly impossible to feed their brains with lessons because

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The
Manila Times, Sunday, June 11, 2006

SPECIAL REPORT

Nearly impossible to feed their brains with lessons because

6 million pupils go to school hungry

Basic education: The poverty and malnutrition factors

By Likha Cuevas

WHAT if the classroom shortage, the poor quality of textbooks and the lack of intellectually and pedagogically qualified teachers are solved?  How wonderful it would be if all Filipino children can be in education’s enchanted kingdom.

Do you think the problems of Philippine basic education would then disappear? Read the rest of this entry »

http://www.manilatimes.net/national/2006/june/11/yehey/top_stories/20060611top1.html

The
Manila Times, Sunday, June 11, 2006

SPECIAL REPORT

Nearly impossible to feed their brains with lessons because

6 million pupils go to school hungry

Basic education: The poverty and malnutrition factors

By Likha Cuevas

WHAT if the classroom shortage, the poor quality of textbooks and the lack of intellectually and pedagogically qualified teachers are solved?  How wonderful it would be if all Filipino children can be in education’s enchanted kingdom.

Do you think the problems of Philippine basic education would then disappear? Read the rest of this entry »

Basic education: The poverty and malnutrition factors

http://www.manilatimes.net/national/2006/june/11/yehey/top_stories/20060611top1.html The Manila Times, Sunday, June 11, 2006 SPECIAL REPORT Nearly impossible to feed their brains with lessons because 6 million pupils go to school hungry Basic education: The poverty and malnutrition factors By Likha Cuevas WHAT if the classroom shortage, the poor quality of textbooks and the lack of intellectually and pedagogically qualified teachers are solved? How wonderful it would be if all Filipino children can be in education’s enchanted kingdom. Do you think the problems of Philippine basic education would then disappear? No! Not for almost one-third of all school-age Filipino children. Read the rest of this entry »

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