Legarda bats for 1 tablet per student in the country

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MANILA. Senator Loren Legarda. (Contributed photo)

MANILA. Senator Loren Legarda. (Contributed image)

Three-term Senator Loren Legarda is pushing to deliver one personal computer pill per university student for the approximate 26 million students in the region who do not have the gadget in their education.

Legarda built the statement after traveling to former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo in Lubao, Pampanga for the latter’s birthday celebration and during the UniTeam rally in Mexico, Pampanga.

She reported the gadget provision to young college students shall be a person of her priority at the time she will get elected for the Senate in the May 2022 elections.

She also emphasized the need to have of young college goers to be technologically updated in their research.

Apart from the tablets, she is bent on improving livelihood courses down the grassroots as mandated by the regulations she initiated during her prior years as a Senator and she will initiate even further as soon as elected.

Legarda, who is currently vying for a Senate comeback, also vowed to carry on her advocacies, courses and initiatives for the setting and local weather adjust. (DPL)


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