1. DepEd eyes airing of 130 TV lecture episodes per week for distance learning  INQUIRER.net
  2. Online classes in public schools only 'supplementary' in first grading period: DepEd  ABS-CBN News
  3. DepEd seeks more funds after teachers' benefits got scrapped from 2021 budget  GMA News
  4. Quarantine status being considered in crafting class suspension policies—DepEd  INQUIRER.net
  5. DepEd seeks to restore teachers’ incentives that weren’t included in 2021 NEP  INQUIRER.net
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DepEd is eyeing to air 130 lecture episodes on television to aid students as a part of the new learning system amid the coronavirus pandemic.DepEd is eyeing to air 130 lecture episodes on television to aid students as a part of the new learning system amid the coronavirus pandemic.

DepEd eyes airing of 130 TV lecture episodes per week for distance learning | Inquirer News

Online classes in public schools may have to take a back seat in the first grading period due to infrastructure 'capacity issues' and the preference of households in the country, Department of Education (DepEd) officials said, Wednesday. Online classes in public schools may have to take a back seat in the first grading period due to infrastructure 'capacity issues' and the preference of households in the country, Department of Education (DepEd) officials said, Wednesday.

Online classes in public schools only 'supplementary' in first grading period: DepEd | ABS-CBN News

The Department of Education asked help from the Senate Committee on Basic Education, Arts and Culture to restore incentives for teachers that were scrapped from the 2021 National Expenditure Program.The Department of Education asked help from the Senate Committee on Basic Education, Arts and Culture to restore incentives for teachers that were scrapped from the 2021 National Expenditure Program.

DepEd seeks more funds after teachers' benefits got scrapped from 2021 budget