Philippine schools are battered every year by typhoons and floods. In some areas, they have to somehow go through an academic year amid the threat of armed conflict.
Schools in the Philippines regularly face challenges few other educational systems around the world have to deal with: frequent exposure to different kinds of hazards or disasters. Read more >
Author Clarissa C. David and Antonio Paguirigan, Jr.
News Site Rappler.com
Date Published July 11, 2016
Article Link Schools constantly at risk of natural, man-made hazards
More from News
This report from CNN uses data to highlight the widening gender gap in India. India's preference for sons over daughters has …