MANILA, Philippines – The Department of Education is proud of the return of face-to-face classes as the agency’s “biggest accomplishment” in its first 100 days in the current administration.
This was announced by DepEd spokesperson Michael Poa in a press conference this Friday, October 7.
“The biggest accomplishment of the Department of Education under the leadership of our Vice President and Secretary of Education is the return of learners to schools,” said Poa, referring to Vice President Sara Duterte who is also the acting Secretary of DepEd.
“Why? Because for the past two years, many of our compatriots have not been educated. So that is really our biggest accomplishment for the first 100 days that we have brought him back,” he added.
The Department also made sure to bring back in-person classes in the country in the safest way by strictly following the health protocol and rules for it.
Tomorrow, October 8 marks the first 100 days of the administration of President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. RNT/JGC
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