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DepEd Update For Teachers Regarding In-Person Classes

DepEd Gives Important Update For Teachers Following In-Person Class Approval DEPED UPDATE FOR TEACHERS – Earlier, Education Secretary Leonor Briones announced the requirements for in-person classes. President Rodrigo Duterte recently approved the pilot run of the Philippines’ face-to-face classes. For now, face-to-face classes would be limited. Furthermore, only low-risk areas for COVID-19 are allowed to … Read more

Senate Adopts Resolution Proposing the Conduct of Face-to-Face Classes

Senate President Tito Sotto

Lawmakers in Senate Believe on Need to Get Back to the Education System SENATE – The upper House of Congress adopted a resolution that proposes the conduct of face-to-face classes in selected areas. The education system in the Philippines is one of those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The school year usually begins in June … Read more

Duterte Approves Dry Run of Face-to-Face Classes in January 2021

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte

Pres. Duterte OKs to DepEd’s Proposal over Face-to-Face Classes Dry Run DUTERTE – Philippine President Rodrigo Roa Duterte approved the dry of the face-to-face classes in January 2021. One of the things affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines is the way classes are held in schools. Instead of having it face-to-face which is … Read more

JUST IN: DepEd Confirms Submitting Proposal for Limited Face-To-Face Classes in COVID-19 Low Risk Areas

DepEd Secretary Leonor Briones

DepEd Proposes Limited Face-to-Face Classes in COVID-19 Low-Risk Areas DEPED – The Department of Education confirmed submitting a proposal for limited face-to-face classes in COVID-19 low risk areas. The Philippines is still on a fight against the COVID-19 pandemic now. As of this writing, the Department of Health (DOH) has recorded a total of 68,898 … Read more

Malacañang Reacts To DepEd Limited Face-to-Face Classes Proposal

Malacañang Harry Roque

Malacañang Says Pres. Duterte Yet To Approve Proposed Limited Face-to-Face Classes by DepEd MALACAÑANG – The Palace reacted to the proposal of the Department of Education (DepEd) on possibly holding limited face-to-face classes in COVID-19 low risk areas. The classes in schools are among those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines. Currently, the … Read more