Monthly Archives: April 2006

PB member endorses PESO for towns, cities

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A provincial board member would like to see leaders of towns and cities assist residents find work by putting up Public Employment and Service Offices in their respective areas.

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Index surges to highest level in nearly 7 years

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Share prices rose for a third day, lifting the index to its highest close in almost seven years after the government said its deficit in the first quarter was probably lower than earlier forecast.

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Controlling elitism in higher education

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Last week, an article at the New York Times reports efforts of Harvard to attract more low- and middle-income students by extending breaks for low-income parents. Harvard isn’t alone in trying to improve the social demographics of its student body. There are similar programs in Princeton, MIT, Stanford and Yale, among other Ivy League schools.…

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Workforce crisis

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Filipinos worried about a looming crisis in public health care may find some comfort in the fact that the problem is global. The World Health Organization is dedicating the 56th World Health Day today to what it describes as “a growing health workforce crisis” in many parts of the world.

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ADB: No sharp growth for now

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The Asian Development Bank (ADB) warned yesterday that there was virtually no chance for the Philippines to achieve dramatically higher economic growth in the short-term.

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‘One in four college grads to end up jobless’

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One in four college students is likely to end up jobless after graduation, despite government assurances that lots of jobs exist, an independent research group reported yesterday.

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Time for a new gender-equality playbook

The old one isn't working. We need bolder leadership and MORE EXACTING EXECUTION
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