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Marasigan, Arlyne C. 2019. “Sustainability Concerns of the Madrasah Education Program: Basis for Philippine Islamic and Madrasah Education Policy Review.” UP CIDS Discussion Paper 2019-10, UP Center for Integrative and Development Studies, Quezon City.

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Marasigan, A. C. (2019). Sustainability concerns of the Madrasah Education Program: Basis for Philippine Islamic and Madrasah education policy review (UP CIDS Discussion Paper 2019-10). Retrieved from UP Center for Integrative and Development Studies website: https://cids.up.edu.ph/publications/discussion-papers/2019-series/2019-10/

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