"Face-To-Face Learning" is Optional DepEd Clarifies

“Face-To-Face Learning” is Optional DepEd Clarifies

Face-To-Face Learning is Optional DepEd Clarifies

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Blended and distance learning will be implemented ‘modality of learning’ will be implemented in the teaching system at the opening of classes this School Year 2020-2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this is what the Department of Education (DepEd) has clarified today.

This follows DepEd’s proposal to have limited face-to-face learning in ‘low risk’ areas in the country that have garnered mixed reactions and feedback from teachers and parents.

DepEd Undersecretary Revsee Escobedo clarified that the limited face-to-face learning proposal is only optional for schools that want to implement it.

According to Usec. Escobedo, the Department of Education will not decide who or what areas face-to-face classes will allow to start in January 2021.

In addition, he said schools should also comply with existing Health Protocols.

DepEd initially asserted that they were not promoting face-to-face classes but said it was a proposal by Local Government Units (LGUs), private schools, stakeholders and legislators for low risk areas.


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