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DepEd starts making learning recovery plan

DepEd starts making learning recovery plan

The Department of Education (DepEd) is now creating a learning recovery plan as the country have one of the highest rates of learning poverty in the region according to the World Bank.

DepEd Region 9 Information Officer Dahlia Amante Paragas said that the department is looking at improving reading among young learners.

“Basic foundation talaga ‘yung reading ng bata. Mahirapan ang bata mag-understand, comprehension, ‘pag ka hindi siya marunong magbasa,” she said.

“I think we are concentrating on that area, and all the rest will follow,” she added.

Philippines was among the countries with the highest rates of learning poverty in East Asia and the Pacific.

The World Bank found that nine out of 10 Filipino children struggle to read simple text by age 10.

The same report showed that as much as 91% of Filipino children at the late primary age “are not proficient in reading,” with learning poverty higher for males than for females.

1 thought on “DepEd starts making learning recovery plan”

  1. Sna nga po mg karoon ng reading program hndi lang po sa 10 yrs old kht sa mga junior high meron pa din mabagal magbasa at umunawa ng pg babasa mas mahirap po ung nag high school k ng mahina kasa lahat sana nga po matutukan talaga mahirap umakyat ng level ulet tapos ung skills nila poor pa din

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