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THE growth of one is the growth of all. This is perhaps the most essential part of cooperatives.
IN FALLING in love, they say "age does not matter."
This proves true for Azucena Tanguanco Bajao, who fell in love with teaching and still continues to live this love by teaching others on the daily walks of life.
BARELY two months from now, students will be again ecstatic for the opening of the school year. What makes them more excited though is when parents bring them to shop for new school stuffs.
WE SPEND almost 10 hours in school, coping up with the lessons and joining some extra-curricular activities. However, school is not all about books, lessons, projects, and assignments.
THE primary years of education must be child-centered, comprehensive, highly advanced and should have internationally-recognized curriculum since it is liable in shaping the minds and attitude of a child.
PRODUCING a number of world-class chef graduates, the Center for Asian Culinary Studies (CACS) Davao is now offering Professional Culinary Arts Program and basic skills program.
BEING in school is a struggle. What with all the books to study, homework to do and projects to pass, it's a wonder how to keep up with the constant demands that school puts on students.
"IT DOES not matter how long it will take as long as you never give up."
This, according to Marilou Pamaong Padungao, who is a teacher at Kumon Method of Learning Center in Davao City for eight years now.
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