DepEd: Implementation Of Make-Up Classes Up To Schools | OneNews.PH

1/19/2022 4:30:00 AM

An official of the Department of Education said make-up classes are always considered whenever suspension of learning activities are done.

An official of the Department of Education said make-up classes are always considered whenever suspension of learning activities are done. | onenewsph

An official of the Department of Education said make-up classes are always considered whenever suspension of learning activities are done.

The implementation of make-up classes is up to schools, an official of the Department of Education said on Tuesday, Jan. 18, following the academic health breaks declared in Metro Manila, Calabarzon and Central Luzon due to rising COVID-19 cases.“In our meeting, it is clear that make-up classes are included when we decide on suspension of learning activities, immediately these are varied in form,” Diosdado San Antonio, DepEd undersecretary for curriculum and instruction, said in a mix of English and Filipino in an interview with “One Balita Pilipinas” on

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Lizan Senior High School in Navotas City on Nov. 19, 2021. Photo by KJ Rosales, The Philippine STAR President Duterte has approved the proposal of the Department of Education (DepEd) to expand in-person classes in low-risk areas, subject to safety measures to be set by the Department of Health (DOH) and the concurrence of local government units (LGUs) and parents. Photo by Ernie Peñaredondo, The Philippine STAR The implementation of make-up classes is up to schools, an official of the Department of Education said on Tuesday, Jan. 18. 18, following the academic health breaks declared in Metro Manila, Calabarzon and Central Luzon due to rising COVID-19 cases. “The President has no objection to that and after the presentation of (DepEd) Secretary (Leonor) Briones, then they can continue their classes. “In our meeting, it is clear that make-up classes are included when we decide on suspension of learning activities, immediately these are varied in form,” Diosdado San Antonio, DepEd undersecretary for curriculum and instruction, said in a mix of English and Filipino in an interview with “One Balita Pilipinas” on One PH . We need to rely on data, on what is really going on.

What is traditionally done is that class hours are extended per day, San Antonio said, and there should be adjustments in the local school calendar if additional or make-up classes will be done as indicated in DepEd’s memorandum. 18. Ablas of “Dorm 8C-2 was reported missing up to present with possibility as the fourth and unidentified escapee who was involved in the prison escape incident on Jan. He reiterated the DepEd’s decision not to impose a health break nationwide, saying that it depends on the situation per region. Read More: No Need For Nationwide Health Break – DepEd An academic health break was imposed in the National Capital Region from Jan. 17. 15 to 22, Calabarzon (Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, Quezon province) from Jan. Adlawan and Bio were reportedly killed during a subsequent manhunt after they allegedly shot at the lawmen pursuing them. 17 to 29 and in some areas in Region 3 such as Bulacan from Jan. The expansion of in-person classes will be progressive in areas under Alert Levels 1 and 2. “If there are many mutations of the virus, there’s a possibility of an immune escape.

14 to 27; Pampanga from Jan. 17 to 21; Bataan, Nueva Ecija, Tarlac from Jan. “The framework of shared responsibility will continue. The NBP’s maximum security compound is still on lockdown while efforts to recapture the inmates are ongoing. 17 to 28; and Zambales from Jan. 17 to 29.. This is amid the rising cases of COVID-19 in the country driven by the Omicron variant. “There will be recommendations based on the investigation and we will penalize those who need to be penalized,” he said at a press briefing on Tuesday. FDA evaluation The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is evaluating the applications of three COVID-19 vaccine makers to allow the use of their jabs for children and teens.

On Tuesday, the Department of Health (DOH) reported 28,471 new infections, driving the Philippines’ active cases to 284,458. We cannot just expand without securing the approval of local governments and the written consent of parents,” Briones said in Filipino. Face-to-face classes’ expansion San Antonio also disclosed DepEd is eyeing to include a limited number of Grade 4 to Grade 10 students in the agency’s plan to expand the implementation of face-to-face (F2F) classes. The DepEd initially prioritized the pilot implementation of F2F classes of Kindergarten to Grade 3 pupils. The education chief claimed the conduct of pilot F2F classes from Nov. “We believe that Kerwin Espinosa should be transferred to a more secure detention facility in view of the numerous cases that he is currently facing. F2F classes, which had been suspended due to the pandemic, can be conducted in areas under Alert Level 2 and below, with the concurrence of local government units and consent of parents. DepEd has so far approved face to face classes in total of 277 public schools and 20 private schools nationwide, 28 of which are in Metro Manila. 22 last year, which involved 287 schools and 15,000 learners, was “highly successful. Meanwhile, Gutierrez said 11 companies manufacturing or distributing self-administered COVID-19 test kits have applied for FDA registration.

  “ . There is also a case filed against Espinosa before a court in Manila, a case to be filed in Leyte and one pending for preliminary investigation before the DOJ.