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EDUCATIONAL PROFILE OF THE PHILIPPINES
AND BEST PRACTICES IN FILIPINO SCHOOLS

<a href="http://www.unc.edu/world/2006_K12Symp/Pres&amp;HOs/Florido_Handout1.pdf" target="_blank">http://www.unc.edu/world/2006_K12Symp/Pres&amp;HOs/Florido_Handout1.pdf</a>

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ang maganda sa educational system sa atin is yung bilingual system natin.

but we could add another language which is Chinese/Mandarin sana or Spanish to become globally competitive. requirement yun sa ibang bansa actually to learn another language.

 

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