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Protesters in Philippines call for improved education programs amid COVID-19 pandemic

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Quezon City, Apr 16 (EFE/EPA).- Protesters in Philippines Friday called for concrete programs to gradually and safely resume school classes amid the COVID-19 pandemic.More than a year of online classes due to lockdown restrictions have led to reduced quality of education, increased expenditures on families and rising student dropout rates, said members of student youth group. (Camera: ROLEX DELA PENA).SHOT LIST: MEMBERS OF A STUDENT YOUTH GROUP HOLD A RALLY CALLING FOR IMPROVED GOVERNMENT MEASURES IN EDUCATION, OUTSIDE THE COMMISSION ON HIGHER EDUCATION (CHED) IN QUEZON CITY, METRO MANILA, PHILIPPINES.

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