DepEd Central Visayas Director Says 40 Private Schools Wants Out Of In-Person Classes


DepEd Central Visayas Director Says 40 Private Schools Request To Continue Their “Blended Learning” Approach DEPED – The director of the Department of Education Central Visayas, Salustiano Jimenez said around 40 private schools in Central Visayas want out of in-person classes. Vice President Sara Duterte-Carpio, who also sits as Education Secretary, ordered all public and … Read more

Grade 8 Student Goes Missing on 1st Day of Face-to-Face Classes

Grade 8 Student

Grade 8 Student Went Missing After Attending 1st Day of Face-to-Face Classes A grade 8 student reportedly went missing on the first day of face-to-face classes in Trece Martires City, Cavite. The 13-year-old boy identified as Bobby Quezon Jr. has been dropped off by his mom Joena Quezon in his school before his class last … Read more

DepEd Implement Blended Learning as Permanent Mode of Instruction


Blended Learning by DepEd in all School Nationwide until November DepEd secretary and concurrent Vice President Sara Duterte stated on friday that Department of Education is researching the use of blended learning as a permanent mode of instruction. During the organizational meeting of the Senate Committee on Basic Education, Duterte reiterated that the Department of … Read more

Bongbong Marcos Reveals Sara Duterte’s Plan on Face-to-Face Classes in PH

Bongbong Marcos, Sara Duterte

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 … Read more

DOH Claims Face-to-Face Classes “Healthier” for Students

Face-to-Face Classes

Face-to-Face Classes “Healthier” for Students, Health Department Says The Department of Health (DOH) is claiming that the face-to-face classes are way “Healthier” for the Filipino students. The Health Department released a statement describing personal classes as way healthier compared to distance learning. The agency also reminded the parents, guardians, and students that face-to-face learning has … Read more

Face-to-Face Classes Expansion in NCR Starts

DepEd Face-to-Face Classes

Update on Face-to-Face Classes in Metro Manila FACE-TO-FACE CLASSES – More schools in the National Capital Region (NCR) are now conducting face-to-face class sessions. The field of education in the Philippines is one of those greatly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. For more than a year now, many students are still under blended learning – … Read more

In-Person Classes To Resume Next Year In Rural Areas, Says Gatchalian

Senator Gatchalian Says In-Person Classes In Rural Areas Expected To Resume Next Year IN-PERSON CLASSES – Face-to-face classes in rural areas of the Philippines are set to resume next. During an interview, chairman of the Senate Committee on basic education, Senator Sherwin Gatchalian said: In the rural areas my own analysis (is) we can already … Read more

Face-To-Face Classes Too Short, DepEd To Review Time Allotment

Evaluation On Face-To-Face Classes Deemed Time Allotment Too Short FACE-TO-FACE CLASSES – Following an evaluation report from teachers conducting in-person classes, the time allotment for each class was deemed too short to maximize. As such, the Department of Education (DepEd) said that they want to review the time given for each class. According to an … Read more

Two Young Students Attend Face-to-Face Classes w/ Tattered Shoes

Two Young Students

Netizens Expressed Sympathy Towards Two Young Students Who Attend Face-to-Face Classes w/ Tattered Shoes Two young students break the hearts of the online community after attending their face-to-face classes with tattered shoes. The Facebook page “Publiko” has shared the heartbreaking photos of two young students who attend the physical classes with damaged shoes in Bacon, … Read more

Philippines Starts Pilot Face-to-Face Classes on Monday (November 15)

Face-to-Face Classes

Pilot Face-to-Face Classes Starts on Monday (November 15) The Philippines have started the limited or pilot face-to-face classes on Monday after almost two years of lockdown. On Monday (November 15, 2021), the Philippine government has already started the implementation of the physical classes in selected public schools. The Department of Education reopened the schools for … Read more