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DEPED URGED TO SHED LIGHT ON REPORTED CLOSING OF 676 PRIVATE SCHOOLS

7 months ago | Nation | 0 comments

By Xai Reyes

According to Joseph Noel Estrada, managing director of the Coordinating Council of Private Educational Association (COCOPEA), the Department of Education (DepEd) should clarify the source of its update that 676 of around 14,000 private schools will not open this year and should name these.

The Department of Education should provide more details on its report that almost 700 private schools have closed due to the coronavirus pandemic to avoid worry among parents and students.

DepEd may have gotten the data from its survey for schools, said Eleazardo Kasilag, president of the Federation of Associations of Private School Administrators (FAPSA).

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