Pres. Bongbong Marcos Speaks on Target of DepEd Sec. Sara Duterte over Face-to-Face Classes
BONGBONG MARCOS – The President spoke on the plan of Vice President and Department of Education Secretary Sara Duterte about the face-to-face classes in the Philippines.
It has been more than two (2) years now since the COVID-19 pandemic which brought a lot of changes in the Philippines started. It pulled the economy of the country now following the closure of several small and big businesses. It also urged the people to adjust and live under the new normal setting.
It is a national mandate that everyone must wear a face mask in public places. Amid the easing of the restrictions in the country, the health authorities also continuously remind the people to keep on practicing the minimum health protocols to fight the spread of the virus.
Aside from the health protocols, classes in the Philippines are implemented through a distance learning mode for a few years now. The instructions and lessons are delivered to the students through modules and online classes to prevent a gathering of students in schools.
With the start of the term of the new administration, Vice President and DepEd Sec. Sara Duterte has a plan regarding the resumption of the face-to-face classes in the country. The said target was revealed by Pres. Bongbong Marcos to the press following his Cabinet meeting.
Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, Pres. Bongbong Marcos revealed that Vice President and DepEd Sec. Sara Duterte is planning the full implementation of face-to-face classes by November of this year. It will start with a phased implementation of the F2F classes.
According to the report, Marcos stressed that the plan is to begin the F2F classes in September with the target to reach a hundred percent F2F classes by November. The President expressed that they will talk about the vaccination as there are some issues that will be tackled. More updates may be posted soon.
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