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  • Writer's pictureAnnabelle Mamattong

About 1,308 schools in Cordillera ready to hold face-to-face classes


Cordillera, Philippines – The Department of Education of Cordillera (DepEd-CAR) reported that 62.73 percent or about 1, 308 schools in Cordillera are prepared to conduct for face-to-face class for school year 2022-2023.


Many of these schools will still be having a hybrid form of in-class and blended modular learning, but will transition into full face-to-face learning.

Earlier, the DepEd released a memorandum order 34, s. 2022 indicated that the transition period shall be from August 22 to October 31. During this time, schools will be allowed to implement 3 days of in-person classes and 2 days of distance learning modalities.


All public and private schools are expected to have five days in-person classes starting on November 2, the order added.


Number of schools and learning modalities


DepEd-CAR reported through Mountain Province Broadcasting Corporation that of the 2, 085 private and public schools in Cordillera, about 1,308 schools are qualified to open 5 days of in-person classes, 629 schools for blended modality, and 4 schools for full distance learning modality.

The number of schools in each province to open in-person classes next week are the following: 316 in Benguet, 279 in Abra, 189 in Mountain Province, 181 in Apayao, 153 in Kalinga, 108 in Ifugao, 70 in Tabuk city, and 12 in Baguio city.


Meantime, the department is currently conducting Brigada Eskwela:2022 to prepare and to ensure the safety of schools ready to accommodate learners for the incoming school year.

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