MANILA, Philippines – The Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education and the teachers’ association are calling for solidarity with parents and legal guardians.
According to San Fernando, La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice-chairman of the CBCP-ECCCE, the call is to jointly address the problem facing the education sector caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and the failing economy of the country.
The Bishop further said that it is the duty of every parent, legal guardians, elders and stakeholders of the education sector to shape the education and learning of students.
Father Ernesto De Leon, executive secretary of CBCP-ECCCE, hopes that every family will further recognize the importance of teachers who, apart from teaching, serve as the students’ second family.
While Vladimer Quetua, chairperson of the Alliance of Concerned Teachers also recognized the help of parents and legal guardians to students in the earlier implementation of online, modular and distance learning.
Benjo Basas of the Teachers Dignity Coalition appeals for parents and legal guardians to expand their understanding of the teaching of good manners and discipline by teachers to students.
On November 2nd, the Department of Education will implement 100% face to face classes in all schools nationwide.
Earlier, Bayombong Bishop Jose Elmer Mangalinao, chairman of the CBCP-ECCCE Chairman urged everyone in the education sector to start the school year 2022-2023 with vigor and new hope. Jocelyn Tabangcura-Domain
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