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Face-to-face classes to resume in Central Luzon next month

Jan 23, 2022 @ 13:35
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The resumption and expansion of limited face-to-face classes will take place in Central Luzon likely in the first week of February, according to Department of Education (DepEd) Regional Information Officer Michelle Lacson.

No in-person and distance learning classes are being held in the region due to the implementation of an academic break amid the surge in Covid-19 cases.

“The suspension is two weeks because that is the interval of the announcement of the classification of the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases under the Alert Levels System,” Lacson said.

“So, hopefully, whatever our situation will be in the coming weeks, most of the classes, whether online distance learning or face-to-face, will resume in February already,” she added.

The conduct of limited face-to-face classes this month was delayed as all provinces and highly-urbanized cities in Central Luzon were placed under Alert Level 3 until January 31.

“We have seen that most local government officials revoked their concurrence upon the rise in Covid-19 cases,” Lacson said.

“The parents who consented at first also backed out, and did not allow their children to do face-to-face,” she said.

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