The Department of Education (DepEd) is currently conducting a survey on the opening of classes for the school year 2020-2021. Respondents to this DepEd Survey are School Personnel (principals, teachers, registrars, and others), Parents/Guardians, as well as the Learners.
The DepEd Secretary said that the feedback coming from the parents, teachers, and students themselves, are very “crucial” in policy-making in case the opening of classes gets pushed back or adjusted due to the continued threat of COVID-19.
Briones also admitted that there are a lot of “uncertainties” when it comes to school opening.
“As part of the government’s efforts to contain and mitigate the spread of COVID-19, the country has been put on varying levels of quarantine and has established stringent social distancing measures. These, as well as other government interventions necessary in the management of COVID-19, are expected to have implications on the opening of classes for SY 2020-2021. The Department of Education (DepEd) is conducting this survey to better inform its policies and decisions on the matter. DepEd values the consultation and involvement of its stakeholders in the decision-making process, particularly those who will be significantly affected by the decision/s relative to the opening of classes.”
DepEd Survey for the opening of classes is accessible online via Google Forms. You can take the survey below or via these links:
“All information shall be used by the Department of Education for legitimate purposes, specifically as inputs in the discussion on the opening of classes, and shall be processed by authorized personnel in accordance with the Data Privacy Policies of the Department.”
Our voices matter. Let’s take the survey to help the DepEd in gathering data. Thank you for taking the time to answer this survey. Stay home, stay healthy! God bless you all, keep safe!
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