Talisay City police inspect schools days before face-to-face classes start

Pegeen Maisie M. Sararaña 08/19/2022

CEBU CITY, Philippines — Talisay City police inspected at least 24 schools in the city on Friday, August 19, 2022, three days before face-to-face classes start on Monday, August 22, 2022. Police Lieutenant Colonel Randy Caballes, chief…

Mandaue City starts repair of public schools damaged by typhoon Odette

Mary Rose Sagarino 07/12/2022

MANDAUE CITY, Philippines — The repair of the public schools damaged by super typhoon Odette in Mandaue City has already started. Dr. Nimfa Bongo, Superintendent of the Department of Education in Mandaue City (DepEd-Mandaue) said the city…

Going beyond the tests and the textbooks

Inez Ponce de leon - @inquirerdotnet 05/25/2022

Our school standards have once again been questioned these last few months. There was “Pinoy Big Brother” and “MaJoHa”; a module that targeted opposition personalities; the twisted history and misunderstandings of science online. Then, there are the…

Helping kids return to face-to-face

Anna Cristina Tuazon - @inquirerdotnet 04/07/2022

Over 10,000 schools now offer face-to-face (F2F) options for their students, ranging from voluntary pilot classes to full-time mandatory classes. We have been stable at alert level 1 for quite some time now and there is a…

555 schools cleared for face-to-face classes in C. Visayas

Morexette Marie B. Erram 03/13/2022

CEBU CITY, Philippines – More than 500 schools in Central Visayas have been cleared to go back to the traditional style of teaching. The Department of Education in the region (DepEd-7) recently announced that 128 more schools…

Face-to-face classes back in 177 schools in Central Visayas

Morexette Marie B. Erram 03/01/2022

CEBU CITY, Philippines – Close to 500 schools in Central Visayas, and counting, will be returning to the traditional way of teaching within the year. The Department of Education in the region (DepEd-7) confirmed that at least…

School won’t be the same

Anna Cristina Tuazon - @inquirerdotnet 12/01/2021

I have a sinking feeling that — as painful as it was for students to transition from in-person classes to online learning — it would be just as painful to transition back to face-to-face classes after almost…

Questions

By: Peter Wallace - @inquirerdotnet 10/28/2021

I’m going to talk about COVID-19 from a position of ignorance, but with an intelligent, logical mind. So here are some questions I’d like answered, or I think we’d all like answered. Why is the Inter-Agency Task…

NOAH will soon be a vaccination site — Rama

Delta Dyrecka Letigio 05/26/2021

CEBU CITY, Philippines — The New Oasis for Adaptation and a Home (NOAH) Complex, which has served as Cebu City’s major quarantine facility will now become a mega vaccination site. This after Vice Mayor Michael Rama has…

12 schools in Cebu Province targeted for limited face-to-face classes

Delta Dyrecka Letigio 03/06/2021

CEBU CITY, Philippines — Limited face-to-face classes may no longer be farfetched as President Rodrigo Duterte has previously said it will be possible if the vaccines have arrived. With the arrival of two batches of vaccines from…

Strict safety protocols implemented as schools do a module distribution dry run

Mary Rose Sagarino 09/28/2020

MANDAUE CITY, Philippines — To ensure teachers and parents’ safety, schools in Mandaue City implement strict safety protocols as they conduct a dry run in module distribution. This is part of their preparations especially since the opening…

DepEd-7: No schools in CV with questionable learning materials

Futch Anthony Inso 09/26/2020

CEBU CITY, Philippines — The Department of Education in Central Visayas (DepEd-7) assures the students and parents that there are no schools in basic education in the region that are using learning materials with questionable quality and…

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