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College Experience Survey
Using data from College Experience Survey, this study finds a link between students’ economic and mental wellbeing.
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Justin Muyot FEU Public Policy Center June 13, 2022 Social media platforms help fund the disinformation machinery. They provideread more
Weapons of Mass Distraction: Harnessing the Appeal of Sex Scandals Against Political Opposition Justin Muyot FEU Public Policy Center Juneread more
Narratives and Tactics in Alternative Online Videos Justin Muyot FEU Public Policy Center April 21, 2022 The continued growth ofread more
Discernment of Truths and the Democratization of the InternetJustin MuyotFEU Public Policy CenterMarch 2022 The transition to Web 2.0 andread more
The spotty quality of Philippine basic education is something we knew anecdotally but until the PISA results of 2018, didread more
THE TRANSITION FROM ELEMENTARY LEARNING The transition from elementary education to junior high is a complex one because it marksread more
PRIMARY LEARNING METRICS The upper primary years of Grades 4 to 6 are the years when students should be goingread more
The FEU Public Policy Center (FPPC), together with the Harvard Kennedy School Alumni Association (HKSAA) – Philippines, held a forumread more
Inaccurate or deliberately misleading information has far-reaching consequences to nation building. It sows seeds of doubt in the very institutionsread more
Studies conducted in other countries have observed that the Gen Z are largely optimistic of their career prospects. This isread more
As of October 2021, more than 4,000,000 first-time voters registered for the upcoming national elections, making the youth sector accountread more