Face-to-face classes dry run is noncompulsory to students says DepEd

Face-to-face classes dry run is noncompulsory to students says DepEd

Face-to-face classes dry run is noncompulsory says DepEd

Department of Education’s Implementation of Face-to-face classes dry run is noncompulsory.

The Department of Education (DepEd) on Tuesday clarified that students in low-risk areas are not compelled to attend face-to-face classes when the government holds a dry run in January

The department said that students can continue with their online learning.

“Selected schools will require [written] consent from parents allowing their children to join the limited face-to-face classes,” it said.

President Rodrigo Duterte allowed the holding of face-to-face classes in areas where cases of the coronavirus disease are low.

After the January dry run, the DepEd will submit its final recommendation regarding the large-scale implementation of physical classes.

DepEd said that its regional directors have submitted to Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones a list of schools that can hold face-to-face classes.

“The limited number of public schools that will participate in the pilot implementation will be determined within the month upon evaluating their compliance and readiness,” the DepEd said.

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