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Cabinet members discuss whether to allow distance learning beyond Nov. 2

Cabinet members discuss whether to allow distance learning beyond Nov. 2

Education Secretary Sara Duterte-Carpio said that members of the cabinet of President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. are discussing whether or not to allow distance learning after November 2.

“Sa ngayon ay mayroon pa pong discussions at the Cabinet level kung bibigyan pa rin ba ng options ang mga schools with regard to kung anong klaseng distance learning or mag-i-implement ba sila ng blended learning,” Duterte-Carpio said.

“So mayroon kaming report na ginagawa ngayon para sa Pangulong Marcos at makapagdesisyon siya kung ano po iyong ways forward natin with regard to the options na ibinibigay natin sa ating mga eskwelahan,” she added.

Duterte-Carpio said that DepEd’s priority is on preventing Covid19 surge in schools through vaccinations.

“Ang mahalaga lang sa pandemic is that we are sure that iyong bakuna ay available para sa ating mga citizens. And pangalawa, iyong gamot na Molnupiravir at Paxlovid ay available para sa mga nagkakasakit ng Covid na qualified sa mga gamot na ito,” she said.

The full implementation of face-to-face classes is on November 2.

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