Empowering Filipino Youth Through Technology and Community

Publication Date Jan 1, 2020


Although the Philippines has achieved sustained economic growth in recent years, national education outcomes continue to lag behind other countries. A critical matter that needs to be considered is the critical proportion of Filipino youth who are not entering higher education. Based on observation and research, these young people are disadvantaged due to a lack of information, access, and guidance. To arrive at potential solutions, society must consider the cultural climate surrounding youth in the Philippines. Two approaches are proposed here for addressing the issues and challenges facing youth when it comes to advancing their education and career: (i) leveraging trends in technology to reach youth on a broader scale and (ii) creating an ecosystem that approaches education for employment from various perspectives.


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