Official Statement

October 20, 2020 – The Department of Education (DepEd) is saddened to learn about the deaths of teachers and learners in these difficult times. We offer our sincere condolences to the bereaved families and loved ones of our DepEd family members. Our field offices are in contact with the grieving families to provide urgent relief continue reading : Official Statement

Official Statement on a Viral Printed Module Discouraging Students from Joining Peaceful Protests

October 19, 2020 – The Department of Education (DepEd), as an institution, upholds our Constitution and believes in the principle of freedom of speech and expression. In this connection, we would like to clarify that a certain learning module that has gone viral on social media creating an impression that the Department discourages students from continue reading : Official Statement on a Viral Printed Module Discouraging Students from Joining Peaceful Protests

Official Statement on the Usage of Provocative Words in a Viral Printed Self-Learning Module

September 25, 2020 –We would like to clarify that a certain viral photo of a module page with provocative terms was not created by the Department of Education (DepEd). Based on our investigation, a private Catholic school in Zambales produced the module. Learning resources in public schools have undergone quality assurance through our education specialists continue reading : Official Statement on the Usage of Provocative Words in a Viral Printed Self-Learning Module

Official Statement on LESF

July 29, 2020 – LESF was the main enrollment tool used for the remote and dropbox enrolment for SY 2020-2021. The tool is an expanded version of the regular enrolment form which captures not only the basic profile of learners but also relevant survey questions for parents designed to profile the household in terms of continue reading : Official Statement on LESF

Official Statement on RA 11480

July 20, 2020 – We thank the President for signing Republic Act 11480 amending RA 7797 mandating the Secretary of Education to recommend to the chief executive adjustments in the school calendar in ‘times of national emergency’. We are also grateful to our Senators and members of the House of Representatives for the quick and continue reading : Official Statement on RA 11480