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    Teaching ‘em. While many students across the Philippines have been able to take online classes, Aeta villages in Pampanga have no internet access for distance learning. To solve this, a group of teachers from the Villa Maria Integrated School in Porac built a makeshift learning center complete with a large monitor mounted on top of a motorcycle-driven rickshaw to bring learning to villages in the rural areas of the province. Photo shows Aeta students watching pre-recorded videos on mobile phones that are played on the monitor. REUTERS PHOTOS

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