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What will the PH's first day of school look like in a pandemic?

No long lines at the school gates. No visible first day of school jitters.

9/29/2020 3:16:00 AM

No long lines at the school gates. No visible first day of school jitters.

No long lines at the school gates. No visible first day of school jitters.

)"'Yun medyo may risk. Sinasabing paano kung biglang hindi pala reliable ang ating internet provider? Kaya alam po natin na as early as now, may ano na rin ‘yan, back up plans. Kung nakuha na ‘yung learning materials na nasa digital format, puwede na hong mag-proceed ang bata sa pag-aaral,"

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he added.(There's a bit of a risk. What if internet connectivity is not reliable? That's why as early as now, it's important to have back-up plans. If students were already able to get the learning materials in digital format, they can proceed with studying.)

Meanwhile, teachers are expected to talk to their students via text message, phone call, or any messaging platform to ask about and assess their students' needs."Alam na rin nila kung sino 'yung bibigyan ng pansin. Inaasahan na rin natin ‘yung mga very professionally committed fellow teachers natin ay magbibigay sila ng mga follow-up [sa mga estudyante],"

San Antonio said.(They'll know which students need guidance. We're also expecting our very professionally committed fellow teachers to follow up with students on what they need.)The decision to open classes in the middle of a pandemic was met with criticism. Students and parents pointed out that their household finances have been affected by almost 6 months of lockdown, and they could not afford to buy the tools needed for the revamped education system. (READ:

No student left behind? During pandemic, education 'only for those who can afford')As of Monday, a total of 24,661,788 public and private schools have signed up for the school opening. This is 3 million less than last year's 27.7 million enrollees.

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