DepEd Announces Pilot Run of Limited Physical Classes to Start on November 15

Limited Physical Classes

Initial Implementation of Limited Physical Classes to Start on November 15, DepEd Says The Department of Education (DepEd) announced that the pilot run of the limited physical classes will start on November 15. On Wednesday (October 6, 2021), DepEd official Nepomuceno Malaluan said that the pilot implementation of the limited face-to-face classes amid the coronavirus … Read more

Parents-Teachers Association Backs Limited Face-to-Face Classes

Parents-Teachers Association

Parents-Teachers Association Expresses Support for Pilot Implementation of Limited Face-to-Face Classes The Parents-Teachers Association Federation has expressed its support towards the proposed limited face-to-face classes. Parents-Teachers Association Federation Secretary General Lito Senieto said that their members are supporting the pilot implementation of the limited physical classes. Senieto’s statement came after President Rodrigo Duterte approved the … Read more

Roque Says PH Government Allows Dry Run of Limited Face-to-Face Classes

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Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque Announces PH Government Allows Dry Run of Limited Face-to-Face Classes Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said that the Philippine government allows the dry run of limited face-to-face classes. On Monday (September 20, 2021), the Presidential Spokesperson announced that the national government has already approved the conduct of a dry run of limited … Read more

DepEd Ready For In-Person Classes Only Waiting On Duterte Approval

DepEd Says It’s Ready For In-Person Classes DEPED READY FOR FACE-TO-FACE – According to the Department of Education (DepEd), in-person classes are ready for pilot testing. Amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Philippines shifted to modular and distance learning platforms. However, after a year, the Education Department said it is ready to go face-to-face and only … Read more

4 Universities in Western Visayas Allowed for Face-to-Face Classes – CHED

CHED Allowed 4 Universities in Western Visayas to Conduct Face-to-Face Classes The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) has allowed four (4) universities in Western Visayas to operate face-to-face classes amid the pandemic. West Visayas State University (WVSU), Central Philippine University (CPU), Iloilo Doctors College (IDC), and PHINMA-University of Iloilo (PHINMA-UI) are allowed to hold face-to-face … Read more

DepEd Supports President Duterte’s Postponement of Physical Classes

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DepEd Expresses Support to President Duterte’s Postponement of Physical Classes The Department of Education (DepEd) supported President Duterte’s decision to postpone the implementation of physical classes. The Education Department backed the postponement of face-to-face classes amid the coronavirus pandemic to prevent the possible transmission of the virus among students and school employees. However, DepEd will … Read more

Duterte Declares No Face-To-Face Classes Still Amid Pandemic

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Duterte Declares No Face-To-Face Classes Still Amid Pandemic DUTERTE – President Rodrigo Duterte has recently declared that there would still be no face-to-face classes amid the coronavirus pandemic. The president recently rejected the proposal to conduct pilot in-person classes due to health risks that teachers and students may face while the government has not started … Read more

President Duterte Disapproves Face-to-Face Classes Until August 2021

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President Duterte Rejects Proposed Face-to-Face Classes Until August 2021 Malacañang Palace said that President Duterte disapproved the proposed face-to-face classes until August 2021. Last year, the coronavirus disease continues to spread in different countries all around the world including the Philippines. The virus does not only affect the public’s health but also cause a negative … Read more

Lawmaker Pushes for Resumption of Face-to-Face Classes in MGCQ Areas

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Lawmaker Wants Resumption of Face-to-Face Classes in MGCQ Areas A lawmaker is pushing for the resumption of the face-to-face classes in MGCQ areas starting this summer term. Misamis Oriental 2nd District Rep. Juliette Uy expressed her desire for the gradual resumption of face-to-face classes provided that the safety protocols and the quarantine guidelines will be strictly observed. … Read more