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Marcos: DepEd eyeing 100% face-to-face classes in November

Marcos: DepEd eyeing 100% face-to-face classes in November

The Department of Education is planning to start face-to-face classes in some schools in September before resuming 100% face-to-face classes by November, President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. said on Tuesday.

Marcos made the announcement after the first Cabinet meeting under his administration. 

“There are some things immediately accessible we can start doing something about it already,” Marcos said.

“The first thing that is an example of that is Inday Sara’s announcement that we have a plan for full face-to-face by November of this year,” he added.

Marcos said vaccination against COVID-19 and other issues would be tackled ahead of the planned face-to-face classes in all elementary and high schools.

2 thoughts on “Marcos: DepEd eyeing 100% face-to-face classes in November”

  1. haiz slamat pero antgal ng november
    nakapag pilot na sana isunod sunod na
    hndi naman sa nagmamadali pag online na naman
    tamad na naman mga bata pumasok sana by september pde na iface to face lahat nasa galaan na mga bata ngayon sana mas agahan at sana maging strict ngayon school year kawawa ung mga malalaki na pero hindi pa marunong magsibasa iba nka grad n ng elementary slow reader pa din .. para makabawi sila this year ..

    1. Lourdes j pangilinan

      Ang parent din kailangan tulungan ang maga anak mag reading sa bahay kasi ang learnings nag start sa bahay hindi relied lahat sa sch sila nga maga patent hindi maka atend sa ka isaisa anak or dalawa lang e what more ang taecher kasi 50 to 60 sa loob ng school. We need to help one another kasi maraming bata nag promote hindi alam magbasa nasa high school na .

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