It’s only a few months before classes officially begin on August 24, but with the current COVID-19 pandemic, hosting the new school year is a bit of a problem.
President Duterte is opposed to the opening, not until a vaccine is discovered. The Department of Education says online learning is an option, but the thing is, not everyone is #blessed with a stable internet connection and a decent device.
Pasig students could soon see a solution to the dilemma, as Mayor Vico Sotto revealed the city is preparing ‘better internet connections at the barangay level’ so that virtual classes are available to everyone.
And regardless if physical classes resume or not, the city is eyeing funds to provide personal learning devices for students (sana all).
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Since Vico Sotto took over the helm, Pasig has been consistent in providing innovative solutions during the crisis. Disinfectant drones and mobile palengkes soon became a thing while tricycles served as both ferries for medical workers and food delivery crews for the city.
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