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Face-to-face classes to start in 30 schools on November 15 — DepEd


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Staff of Dagat Dagatan Elementary School in Navotas City prepare the classroom and other materials needed on Sept. 16, 2021 once the government allows the resumption of face-to-face classes.

The STAR / Geremy Pintolo


MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Education on Tuesday said only 30 public schools are so far seen to proceed with the limited face-to-face classes that will start in the Philippines next month. 


Some 59 public schools were identified last month for the pilot run on resuming in-person learning on November 15 but Education Assistant Secretary Malcolm Garma said some of the proposed sites did not get approval from local governments, communities, or parents to hold the classes. 


Some areas are also seeing a sudden increase in coronavirus cases, he added.


Full Story: https://www.philstar.com/headlines/2021/10/19/2135227/face-face-classes-start-30-schools-november-15-deped


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