/ 16 August 2020

THERE is always a solution to every problem.

This was how DepEd-Nueva Vizcaya described its preparations for the delivery of quality education to more than 100,000 learners under the new normal.

Nueva Vizcaya-DepEd added that in accordance with the learning continuity plan, materials which are appropriate to the most essential learning competencies are now ready. It added that it has also conducted dry runs using various modalities and constructed an orientation program for parents on the new education system.

Project ADAL or Alternative Delivery of Activities for the Learners was launched at the province’s largest school, the Nueva Vizcaya General Comprehensive High School.

Principal Trinidad Logan said they would use blended learning as a modality wherein students will be given printed modules and audio lessons.

The provincial government has allotted P10.8 million from its Special Education Fund for the procurement of radio sets to be given to learners, materials for the production of printed modules and funding for TV and Radio-Based Instruction.

Teachers were also trained to write scripts for TV and radio lessons.

“Ang edukasyon ay mahalagang responsibilidad at pamana sa mga kabataan,” said School Division Superintendent Rachel R. Llana.

The Department of Education is continuously preparing for the opening of classes on October 5, 2020.