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Where to start solving the learning crisis

With classes back, old problems return. Public schools lack classrooms, laboratories, desks, textbooks, instructional aids, etc

Millions of Filipino children return to classrooms as schools reopen

The Philippines is one of the last countries in the world to resume full-time, in-person lessons

Ecumenical youth group calls for safe resumption of face-to-face classes

“Students are excited to go back to school, but the government is sluggish in ensuring the safe resumption of classes”

Catholic bishop appeals to President Marcos to address problems in education...

The Alliance of Concerned Teachers, meanwhile, said “urgent requisites” should be met for a safe 100 percent face-to-face classes

Philippine schools to reopen for face-to-face classes in November

"Of course we're careful, but we're always in a hurry because we have to get much done in very little time," said President Marcos

Teachers from private schools, universities ask Marcos to review ‘K to...

The Council of Teachers and Staff of Colleges and Universities of the Philippines said it is “ready to engage” with the Marcos administration

Education department urged to ensure safe reopening of schools for face-to-face...

"Our pupils have endured two years of blended distance learning which further worsens the education crisis in the country"

Philippine Catholic schools prepare for return of face-to-face classes

CEAP has expressed support for the proposed expansion of limited face-to-face classes in areas under health alert levels 1 and 2

Photos: Philippine capital starts face-to-face classes for 2,000 children

Several public schools in the Philippine capital started the pilot run of face-to-face classes on Monday, December 6, 2021

Catholic schools gear up for return of face-to-face classes

A Catholic priest said the initiative of the Department of Education to start face-to-face classes is "the right move"

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