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DepEd to hire 10,000 additional teachers in 2023

DepEd to hire 10,000 teachers in 2023

The Department of Education (DepEd) is planning to hire 10,000 additional teachers in 2023 according to spokesperson Atty. Michael Poa.

Atty. Poa said DepEd is reminding the school through DepEd Memorandum 76 Series of 2022, to fill up their vacancies to have an adequate workforce of teachers in the school year 2022-2023.

“Gusto lang natin paalalahanan ang ating mga paaralan na to fill up na ‘yung ating mga teaching positions. Kung ilan’ yung planong i-hire, next year we are planning – at least as far as the budget is concerned –we are planning to hire 10,000 teachers. As to yung sa kailangan, I don’t have the exact figures right now but next year definitely, we aim to hire 10,000 teachers,” he said.

Poa also said DepEd will continue the classroom construction projects that were unfinished in 2021 due to COVID-19 lockdowns.

“Noong 2021, marami kasing naging problema. Hindi na-utilize ‘yung budget fully because nagkaroon talaga ng problema nung pandemya due to the several lockdowns hindi natutuloy ‘yung construction,” he said.

According to him, there are already detailed engineering plans so the DepEd is confident in finishing the construction projects in 2023.

He also cited President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr.s’ vow that there would be no more lockdowns due to the pandemic.

“Confident naman kami na matatayo namin ‘yung mga classrooms na gusto namin itayo as planned per budget,” he said.

DepEd to hire 10,000 additional teachers in 2023 – Updated: September 2, 2022 – Source: Inquirer

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