FACE-TO-FACE CLASSES ‘DI SA LAHAT NG SCHOOL

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NILINAW ni Senador Imee Marcos na hindi nito isinusulong ang face-to-face classes sa buong bansa at sa halip ay sa mga lugar lamang na walang kaso ng COVID-19 virus.

Ito ang tugon ni Marcos kay Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) Sec. Eduardo Año hinggil sa isinusulong nitong one-hour face-to-face classes sa bawat linggo bilang bahagi ng blended learning.

“We are hardly rushing. We are among the last countries, if not the last, following Nigeria in October, to reopen our schools! The fact is that face-to-face classes have been proven not to be superspreaders, provided strict health protocols are in place,” sabi ni Marcos.

“And no, I am not invoking wholesale school openings and the return to a full in-school schedule. What mothers, teachers and students – as well as their community and local leaders – look forward to is the option to start even one-hour face-to-face classes a few times a week, as part of the blended learning effort,” dagdag pa nito.

Dapat aniyang magtaguyod ang IATF ng mga parameter para sa pagbubukas ng paaralan, datos ng impeksyon sa lugar, silid-aralan para sa physical distancing at bentilasyon, paghuhugas ng kamay, mahigpit na pagsubaybay sa pagsunod at payagan ang mga local school boards, kabilang ang LGUs, DepEd, at mga parent-teacher associations na magpasya sa blended learning. (NOEL ABUEL)

 
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