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THOUSANDS of schools nationwide reopened their doors in August for in-person classes after two years of distance learning and learning losses from the Covid-19 pandemic with unreliable internet connectivity and a lack of funds for gadgets for students and teachers.
Today, September 7, The Manila Times Online Education Forum will discuss strategies for education learning recovery in "After Modules and Modems: Education Revolution" to address low scores in international assessments in math, science and reading, and other concerns affecting learning such as bullying and malnutrition among the youth.
Joining the forum are Rhodora "Doris" Fernandez-Ferrer, Private Education Assistance Committee executive director; Joseph Noel Estrada, a lawyer and managing director of the Coordinating Council of Private Educational Associations (Cocopea); and lawyer Michael Wesley Poa, spokesman for the Department of Education (DepEd).
As all public and private schools were mandated to implement five-day in-person classes by November 2, upon the instruction of Vice President and Education Secretary Sara Duterte-Carpio, speakers at the forum will also tackle protocols set in place to make this directive a reality.
The discussion will also take a look at the plans, policies and undertakings of the Education department in the next six years, including its views on the K to 12 curriculum, Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC), and good manners and right conduct (GMRC) inclusion in the school curriculum.Get the latest news
The Manila Times Online Education Forum is presented in partnership with Realme and SM Foundation.
Organization partners are the Cocopea, British Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines, French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in the Philippines, Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Davao City Chamber of Commerce and Industry Inc., Financial Executives Institute of the Philippines, Italian Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines, Making a Difference, Management Association of the Philippines, National Book Development Board, Nordic Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines, Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities, Philippine Center for Islam and Democracy, Save the Children, and She Talks Peace.
The education forum will be livestreamed simultaneously on The Manila Times Facebook page, YouTube channel, Dailymotion account and media partner The Manila Times TV, at 10 a.m.
It will be moderated by The Manila Times Business editor Conrad Cariño and editor Dafort Villaseran.