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(eligion was not part of the curriculum of the schools. as it had been during the Spanish period.n some cases those students who e)celled academically were sent to the U.S. to continue their studies and to become e)perts in their desired fields or professions. $hey were called %scholars%, and %pensionados% because the government covered all their e)penses. n return, they were to teachor wor* in government offices after they finished their studies. 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Filipinos had more money to buy ood, shoes, clothes, and toys, and e%en cars. 3owe%er, Filipinos preer buying imported goods.;.Iew 0ndustries he 3 entered the industrial age which a%ored the use o machines and mass production o goods in big actories.'ining and #shing became big industries.3ousehold cottage industries boomed.Americans de%eloped the coconut and hemp industries and too6 o%er the sugar and tobacco industries./.0mpro%ement in ranspo  ommu&uring ! era, 3 became an Asian leader in transportation and communication.Americans de%eloped railroads in Luzon, ebu, and anay.'ore #shing ports were opened. ier / in 'anila was the largest port in Asia..$etter $udget3 colonial go%(t under the Americans had one o the best budgets in the world. he 3 budget was balanced e%en during the great world depressions in the 19+s. 8ther go%(t had huge de#cits but 3 had surplus.9.Iew $an6s0n 19;, the ostal !a%ings $an6 was introduced and the hilippine Iational $an6 was established.1.0nt(l 2)hibitions  'eetings3 army band became world-amous at the golden gate e)position in 19+9, !an Francisco, aliornia.Filipino proessionals attended international conerences.Filipino athletes joined 8lympic Oames.11.ublic 3ealth and !anitation8ne o the priorities o the Americans was the promotion o public health and sanitation. hey were able to cure and minimized the spread o deadly diseases li6e cholera, smallpo), dysentery, and tuberculosis.$ureau o 3ealth was established. And by 19+=, there were more than 1 hospitals including the hilippine Oeneral 3ospital. 0n result, there was a decline in death rate and increase in birth rate.1<.'edium o 2)change
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