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Students protest as Philippines formally begins 2021-2022 school year


Manila, Sep 13 (EFE/EPA).-Student activists staged a protest Monday in Manila to demand a safe reopening of classes as the Department of Education formally opened the school year 2021-2022, with millions of students remaining at home attending online classes and using various distance learning modules due to COVID-19 pandemic health protocols.(Camera: MARK CRISTINO)SHOT LIST: STUDENT ACTIVISTS PROTEST TO DEMAND A SAFE REOPENING OF SCHOOLS IN MANILA, PHILIPPINES.

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