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Clarification on the FULLY opening of F2F classes next SY 2022-2023

Department of Education Secretary Leonor Briones said during the public briefing  that in the next school year (2022-2023) it is expected that face-to-face classes would be fully implemented. 

"By June which is already a few days away from now, sa next academic school year ine-expect natin na fully 100 percent na talaga ang pag-implement ng face-to-face.", she added.

She also emphasizes that in implementation of face-to-face classes, it  will depend on the approval of Local Government Unit and  Department of Health (DOH) assessments.

The Education chief also encouraged all public and private schools to resume holding in-person sessions for SY 2022-2023 during the  public briefing.

"So, right now, ang sinasabi ko 73.28 percent na ng public schools at saka meron ding tayong mga private schools na inu-urge natin, ine-encourage natin na bumalik na sila sa face-to-face,” said Briones.

DepEd was asked to clarify what they mean about fully opening face-to-face classes, DepEd Undersecretary Diosdado San Antonio said they are encouraging all schools to hold in-person learning.

Usec. San Antonio explained that DepEd is eyeing a blended learning setup for next school year wherein there are days when students will physically be present in school and some days when students will be allowed to learn at home.

“Ang ibig pong sabihin natin ay hinihikayat na natin ang lahat ng paaralan na magsagawa ng face-to-face classes pero ang tinitignan po namin na blended, may face-to-face na mga araw, at may araw na papayagan na nasa mga bahay pa rin natututo ang mga bata." said Usec. San Antonio.

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