Teachers Criticized DepEd #MayPasok Amid Transport Strike

Group of Teachers Slams DepEd #MayPasok Despite the Transport Strike A group of teachers criticized the #MayPasok of the Department of Education (DepEd) despite the transport strike. The Association of Concerned Teachers (ACT) Philippines has blasted the Department of Education. After that, it will not cease face-to-face classes in the country next week, when transportation … Read more

Face to Face Classes may Increase Covid-19 Cases in Philippines

Face to Face Classes

DOH Warns as Covid-19 Cases may Reach 9,000 as Face to face Classes Resume Face to face classes resume may trigger COVID-19 and cases may probably reach 9,000 by the end of September, DOH warned on Friday. The estimates are based on the DOH’s most recent projections, according to officer-in-charge Maria Rosario Vergeire, who noted … Read more

Bongbong Marcos, Sara Duterte Differ on Plans over Full Face-to-Face Classes Order

Bongbong Marcos, Sara Duterte

Pres. Bongbong Marcos, Vice Pres. Sara Duterte Speak on Resumption of Full Face-to-Face Classes BONGBONG MARCOS – The President and Department of Education (DepEd) Secretary and Vice Pres. Sara Duterte got different plans over the full face-to-face classes order. The COVID-19 pandemic urged the Department of Education (DepEd) to adopt a new method of the … Read more

Private Schools To Make Request To Sara Duterte over Full Face-to-Face Classes

DepEd Secretary Sara Duterte - Private Schools

Private Schools Group Speak on Full Face-to-Face Classes Mandate in November PRIVATE SCHOOLS – The Federation of Associations of Private Schools & Administrators (FAPSA) will make a request to DepEd Secretary Sara Duterte over the full face-to-face classes mandate by November. The Department of Education (DepEd) is now under a new leadership. Education Secretary and … Read more

DepEd Announces Date for Resumption of Full Face-to-Face Classes

DepEd Face-to-Face Classes

DepEd Releases Order on Switch of Classes to Face-to-Face DEPED – The Department of Education announced the date for the resumption of the full face-to-face classes in schools. The COVID-19 pandemic urged schools to consider blended learning on a wider scale. To fight the spread of the virus and for the safety of the students, … Read more

DepEd To Expand Face-To-Face Classes In January

DepEd Says It Will Expand Face-To-Face Classes In January Despite Omicron FACE-TO-FACE CLASSES – According to the Department of Education (DepEd), plans to push through and expand in-person classes would continue in January. Despite the threat of the new Omicron variant, DepEd said that it would not push back its timeline. According to Education Chief … Read more

Duterte Speaks on Reopening of Some Metro Manila Schools

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte

Pres. Duterte Reveals Side on Trial In-Person Classes in Some Schools in Metro Manila DUTERTE – Philippine President Rodrigo Roa Duterte spoke on the reopening of some schools in Metro Manila for trial in-person classes. Most schools remain under blended learning for more than a year now due to the ongoing threats of the COVID-19 … Read more

3 Schools Suspended For Face-To-Face Classes

3 Schools Were Suspended For Face-To-Face Lectures After Teachers Test Positive FACE-TO-FACE CLASSES – 3 schools were suspended for in-person classes after teachers tested positive in a COVID-19 antigen test. Pilot runs of face-to-face classes in the Philippines recently began in areas under alert level 2 or lower. However, in Zambales, the in-person classes started … Read more

DepEd To Add More Schools To Face-To-Face Pilot

DepEd To Add More Schools In Pilot Run Based On DOH Evaluation DEPED FACE-TO-FACE – The Department of Education (DepEd) said it would add more schools to the face-to-face class pilot runs. Amid the coronavirus pandemic, Philippine education shifted toward online and modular classes. However, as COVID-19 cases are lower in key areas, DepEd said … Read more