Monday, June 21, 2010

Karen Davila investigates on the increasing numbers of students dropout on The Correspondents

Based on data from the Department of Education for the school year 2008-2009, one out of 17 elementary students stop schooling, while one out of 13 high school students dropout.

Join Karen Davila on Tuesday (June 22) as she finds out what’s keeping the Filipino youth out of school on “The Correspondents.”

In the province, children have to walk long distances, cross rivers and mountains in order to study, which explains why some parents no longer send their kids to school. But in urban areas such as Manila, many students still stop their studies.

Davila will follow student life to investigate the alarming growth of dropouts in the country. Don’t miss her report on “The Correspondents” this Tuesday (June 22) after “Bandila” on ABS-CBN.
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