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DepEd Statement about Opening of Class for SY 2020-2021

DepEd Statement about Opening of Class for SY 2020-2021
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Is Education taking the backstage with the ever-growing cases of COVID-19 patients? The Department of Education is conducting meetings to sort it out. Here’s the latest.

The government agency is trying to come up with a viable solution for the SY 2020-2021. It’s asking the opinions of education experts and committees. Likewise, parents and even students play important roles while expressing their views on Social Media such as Facebook.

By law, the start of classes must fall between the first Monday of June until August 31. Almost everyone with authority insists that they start classes on August.

There are 700,000 respondents that DepEd is interviewing. Some of the topics they must answer are social distancing, online classes, and other alternative approaches to learning.

With the pandemic getting worse, the government is looking for ways to help the younger generation learn while staying at home. We can expect feedback about the situation in the coming days.

For now, President Rodrigo Duterte gets recommendations about the matter from the IATF (Inter-Agency Task Force) – the agency responsible for managing ‘infectious diseases resolutions.’

Education is still a top priority in this country, and students will continue their education, one way or another. There are more ways now to learn. And the government won’t rest until students can get a proper education.

Let’s all work together amid the pandemic. It’s a difficult situation everyone is in these days. But, if everyone cooperates, then we can be safer, especially when we go out of our houses.

Let’s find it in ourselves to listen to the authorities, and maintain social distancing. Our lives are changing. There’s a ‘new normal,’ and we need to get used to it, for now.

It’s not an easy task, but, with God’s grace, and the capabilities of government officials and front-liners, then we might have a shot at this. The availability of a vaccine may be far away. So, what we can do right now is abide by the rules that can keep us safe. We can do this!

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