Baguio City, Philippines – Baguio City primary and secondary schools confirmed their 100 percent readiness to hold face-to-face classes when the implementation starts on November 2, 2022.
Dr. Federico Martin, the Schools Division Superintendent of Baguio told in an interview through PTV Cordillera, that the schools under DepEd in the city are all set for the full resumption of the traditional mode of learning after its suspension in 2020 due to the Covid-19 outbreak in the country.
“We have now 100% percent of the schools prepared for the face to face classes, they have passed the school safety and assessment with safety seals,” explained Martin.
The official likewise noted that the monitoring and evaluation done for school heads have yielded positive results.
Earlier, Vice President and DepEd Secretary Sara Duterte said classes will resume on August 22, but it will be on November 2 that the schools must shift to full implementation of in-person classes.
Duterte said that the face-to-face classes in the public and private primary and secondary schools in the country will push through on said date to address ‘learning losses’.
This ‘learning losses’, she said, is experienced by students during online learning as substantiated by studies done in the country.
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