DepEd Opening of Classes for Public Schools | August 24, 2020

Inanunsyo na ni Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones na magbubukas ang SY 2020-2021 sa ika-24 ng Agosto ngayong taon.

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DepEd Opening of Classes for Public Schools

According to the Facebook post of DepEd Undersecretary Alain Pascua, the opening of classes will be on August 24, 2020.

Deped School Opening After ECQ

Kabilang din sa kanyang mga nabanggit ang sumusunod:

1. Ang mga Public School Teaching and Non-Teaching Personnel ay magrereport na either online or physically simula June 1, 2020

2. Ihinahanda na ang self-learning kits at printed materials para sa mga estudyanteng walang internet access

3. Patuloy ang pagpapalawig ng DepEd Commons bilang online learning Platform

4. Suspendido pa din ang mga activities sa kabila ng pagbubukas ng klase

5. Mahalaga ang papel ng mga magulang at guardians sa pag-aaral, lalo na sa pag-iingat laban sa cyber bullying.

Patuloy po ang puspusang paghahanda natin upang mapanatili ang kaligtasan ng lahat sa pagbubukas ng klase.

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  1. With this kind of teaching and learning methods the quality of education for our children is compromised. with these kind of learning platforms their will be a very low quality of education for our children. Parents are not learned and equipped with teaching skills, specially the poor families straggling to let their children be educated. The teachers are the ones who will benefit from this kind of education system because they are being paid without doing nothing, without teaching our children. How about if those in the GCQ areas, schools will resume classes with schedules per class or per level or per department to maintain physical distancing. Imagine teachers to be paid for the whole semester of 2020-2021 with just giving self learning kits and elearning platform? many areas have poor net connections. Please DEpEd balnce the quality of Edcuation of our children and health. Remember we cannot eliminate the new virus. Its out already. Covid19 is a regular sickness already. It should be the health sector to address this by improving/enhancing all our health facilities and rural health systems in the rural/urban areas to accomodate covid19 patients.

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