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Public and private schools urged to resume face-to-face classes for SY 2022-2023


  • DepEd Secretary Leonor M. Briones advised all public and private schools to resume face-to-face classes for the S.Y 2022-2023.
  • DepEd is considering a blended system in which kids will be physically present in school on some days and permitted to learn at home on other days.
  • DepEd Commons and DepEd TV will continue throughout the following academic year.

The Department of Education (DepEd) secretary encouraged all public and private schools to resume face-to-face classes for School Year 2022-2023.

DepEd Secretary Leonor M. Briones hopes to fully deploy in-person classes in the country for the next academic school year.

As of the 26th of May, 34,200 schools have been nominated for the expansion of in-person sessions. This represents 73.28 percent of the overall number of public schools and 9.50 percent of the total number of private schools.



Students attend limited face-to-face classes

Briones noted that at least 30,000, or 66.56 percent, of the nation’s public schools had already begun offering face-to-face instruction. In the meantime, 918, or 7.43 percent of the nation’s private institutions, have started introducing face-to-face classes.

However, DepEd highlighted it is considering a hybrid system in which there would be days when kids are physically present at school and days when they are permitted to learn at home.

DepEd has donated more than 46,000 laptops and PCs, 33,000 tablets, and 14,00 televisions to educational institutions during the past six years.

Briones stated that the Basic Education Learning Continuity Plan was used to ensure that education would continue even during face-to-face classes.



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  1. I’m am not against face to face classes however we need to have solid foundation of what to do with the safety of the students, specially what if they got the virus? Are Deped responsible for the medication and hospitalizations of these students?? I really don’t think it is time yet for that, rather than pursuing students to go back, they should give more alternative ways to guarantee the safety of the students.

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