18 schools in Davao Region selected to pilot in-person classes

A total of 18 schools in the Davao Region will pilot the holding of face-to-face classes, which President Rodrigo Duterte has approved on a limited scale.

9/25/2021 6:31:00 PM

A total of 18 schools in the Davao Region will pilot the holding of face-to-face classes, which President Rodrigo Duterte has approved on a limited scale.

DAVAO CITY, Davao del Sur, Philippines — A total of 18 schools in the Davao Region will pilot the holding of face-to-face classes, which President Rodrigo Duterte has approved on a limited

These schools were selected by the regional office of the Department of Education (DepEd) for being in areas considered to be low-risk to COVID-19, according to Jenielito Atillo, spokesperson of the DepEd Region 11ADVERTISEMENTAtilo did not identify the schools, saying only that they were in two provinces and a city.

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Davao City is not included in the initial implementation of the face-to-face classes. But according to Atillo, officials of DepEd and the city government have started discussing the inclusion of its schools in the next batch. Read more: Inquirer »

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