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Youth & Education

Schools Told To Do Away With Plastic Barriers, UV Lights

The Department of Health warned that the plastic barriers and UV lights won’t be of help to protect children against COVID-19 if not properly used in schools.

Schools Told To Do Away With Plastic Barriers, UV Lights

CHED: Only Vaccinated College Students Allowed To Attend In-Person Classes

Commission on Higher Education chairman J. Prospero de Vera III De Vera said COVID-19 testing is also no longer mandatory for fully vaccinated students who are the only ones allowed to take part in limited face-to-face classes.

CHED: Only Vaccinated College Students Allowed To Attend In-Person Classes

P27 Billion Additional Economic Output Seen With F2F

After nearly two years of school closure, the government piloted face-to-face classes last month to avert further learning losses. This has been expanded to more schools as the whole country is now placed under Alert Level 2.

P27 Billion Additional Economic Output Seen With F2F

Metro Manila Schools Join Pilot Of Limited F2F Classes

Officials welcomed the resumption of in-person classes in Metro Manila and in other areas even in a limited capacity as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to rage and a new variant called Omicron has ben detected.

Metro Manila Schools Join Pilot Of Limited F2F Classes

Enrollment Of Learners With Disabilities Still Low This Year – Gatchalian

Data from the Department of Education showed that out of the estimated 444,294 children with disabilities or CWDs, only 112,810 are enrolled in 2021.

Enrollment Of Learners With Disabilities Still Low This Year – Gatchalian

28 Metro Manila Schools Joining Pilot Face-To-Face Classes

The Department of Education said the 28 schools in Metro Manila are part of the total 177 that will participate in the pilot in-person classes.

28 Metro Manila Schools Joining Pilot Face-To-Face Classes

Deped OKs Integrated School Operation In Pag-Asa

Presidential aspirant and Sen. Panfilo Lacson thanked the Department of Education for the approval of the Pag-asa Integrated Elementary and High School effective next school year.

Deped OKs Integrated School Operation In Pag-Asa

‘First Week Of Face-To-Face Pilot COVID-Free’

There were no COVID-19 infections recorded during the pilot resumption of in-person classes although there were challenges as young learners tend to take off their masks and disregard social distancing.

‘First Week Of Face-To-Face Pilot COVID-Free’

In-Person Classes For All Levels Eyed In January

Phased face-to-face classes have been greenlighted for all college programs in areas under Alert Level 1, 2 and 3 while the Department of Education prepares to expanded these in all grade levels next year.

In-Person Classes For All Levels Eyed In January

DepEd: First Day Of F2F Successful

“We consider it very successful. Everybody was excited to see fellow children and visit the school. It’s a wonderful day for everyone for pilot schools. All our planning and preparations paid off,” Education Secretary Leonor Briones said.

DepEd: First Day Of F2F Successful