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Teachers Travel to Remote Areas in Quezon to Deliver Modules to Students

Several teachers in General Nacar, Quezon are experiencing hardships distributing modules to their students living in remote areas.

Nowadays, several countries have already switched to distance learning system due to the coronavirus pandemic. The face-to-face learning system has been temporarily suspended to avoid the further spread of COVID-19.

However, the new learning system causes a huge adjustment for both teachers and students. Students who can’t afford to join the online class could choose the modular learning system.


The Facebook page “GMA Public Affairs” reported that several educators in Sitio Dinigman were experiencing difficulties distributing self-learning modules to the students. The post garnered various reactions from the online community.

The teachers are experiencing hardships giving the class modules for the students living in remote areas in General Nacar, Quezon. The area has no network signal and internet connection.

The educators have to deliver the modules personally to help the students with their studies amid the coronavirus pandemic. The teachers are even climbing mountains and crossing oceans just to reach the poor communities.

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The online community lauded the educators for their compassion:

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