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HEALING THE BROKENNESS THROUGH EDUCATION

by Glenda B. Gutierrez

 

“I was given away by my mother,” confesses Andrea Faye Figueroa, 17, speaking in the vernacular.

 

Andeng, as she was fondly called, grew up with her aunt. 395 more words

IF THERE’S A WILL

by Glenda B. Gutierrez

23-year-old Enrico Teliquido knew that if he would dream of a better future, he must acquire education. There was no other way. 408 more words

BROKEN BUT UNBOWED

by Glenda B. Gutierrez

Justine D. Laquindanum, 17, comes from a broken family. Her parents separated when she was in Grade 5. Her father, Nicolas, a carpenter, settled with another woman with whom he had other children. 436 more words

FOURTH TIME IS THE CHARM

by Jean Dominic G. Sison

(Translated by Glenda B. Gutierrez)

I am Jean Dominic G. Sison and I am 20 years old. We live in Barangay Concepcion in Malabon, a city north of Manila. 314 more words

THEIR DREAMS CONTINUE

By Glenda B. Gutierrez

“Masaya ako dahil maipagpapatuloy ko na ang aking pag-aaral,” says Jennie Balatico (I am happy because I can now continue my studies). 345 more words

‘Maaaring mangarap sa kabila ng mga pagsubok’ – Sarah Mae, 15, ALS passer

(Bukod kay G. Edwin Camerino ay may isa pang kabilang sa 23 matagumpay na mag-aaral ng Alternative Learning System (ALS) ang nagsalita sa pagdiriwang ng ika-66 na anibersaryo ng Kapatiran-Kaunlaran Foundation Inc. 723 more words

KKFI chair urges ALS passers: 'Don't ever give up!'

On July 22, 2016, the Kapatiran-Kaunlaran Foundation Inc. (KKFI) honoured its 23 scholars who passed the Accreditation and Equivalency Examination for Alternative Learning System (ALS) students conducted by the Department of Education (DepEd) that came out last June 29. 747 more words