DepEd Online Enrollment for School Year 2022-2023 in Dumaguete City
The Department of Education (DepEd) Online Enrollment system is now available for some elementary and secondary schools in Dumaguete City. Online Enrollment for School Year 2022-2023 is still accepted for Kindergarten up to Grade 11. Meanwhile face-to-face classes is being implemented to numerous schools all through out the Philippines.
DepEd Online Enrollment
According to the Department of Education, the academic year for 2022-2023 will begin on August 22, 2022, and will end on July 7, 2023. In Dumaguete City, enrollments can be done online. In the Online Enrollment Homepage, DepEd says:
Today’s uncertainty has compelled this family to move to a new normal. This new normal can be at times difficult to engage with, but it has also presented an entirely different level of opportunities for the Department of Education.”
More than ever, DepEd Dumaguete is aggressively pushing itself to a new direction in providing education services in a tip of a finger starting with this system. Learners and their families don’t have to go to public schools with loads of requirements and signatories and stay in a long queue to get themselves enrolled. You could get enrolled anywhere you are for as long as you have your cellphone and internet.”
Face-to-Face Classes in Dumaguete City
In an announcement by President Bongbong Marcos last Tuesday, the government is aiming to fully implement face-to-face classes in the Philippines by November. DepEd also announced that in-person classes must be implemented in all public and private schools starting November 2, 2022. Meanwhile, blended and full online learning will only be allowed until October 31, 2022. Vice President Sara Z. Duterte-Carpio heads the Department of Education in the Philippines. She proposed the implementation of in-person classes during their first cabinet meeting.
“We talked about Sara’s announcement that we have a plan for full face-to-face by November this year,” said President Bonbong Marcos. “By September, the government will start the phased schooling.”
Meanwhile, the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) said on Wednesday, July 13, that it will not require all schools to shift to in-person classes. Allowing colleges and universities to decide on the appropriate mode of learning applicable to them.
“Some degree programs really need a lot of face-to-face, especially skills-based programs, while other programs can be delivered via flexible learning. So, we are leaving it to the universities to decide what is the appropriate mix,” said CHED chairperson Prospero de Vera III.