/ 10 March 2023

TULOY-TULOY ang pagtutulungan ng Department of Education at United States Agency for International Development Advancing Basic Education in the Philippines para maipagpatuloy ang implementasyon ng learning recovery program.

Sinabi ni DepEd-5 Regional Director Gilbert Sadsad na nakaangkla ang programa sa “MATATAG” agenda ni Vice President at Education Secretary Sara Duterte-Carpio.

Ang ibig sabihin ng “MATATAG” ay “MAke the curriculum relevant to produce job-ready, active, and responsible citizens; TAke steps to accelerate the delivery of basic education services and provision facilities; TAke good care of learners by promoting learner well-being, inclusiveness learning, and positive learning environment; and Give support for teachers to teach better.”

Patuloy na ipatutupad sa Bicol region ang walong linggong learning recovery program.

“Our work continues, what do we aspire to accomplish in the incoming months as we continue to implement the LRP. We want to make our curriculum relevant through the implementation of the continuing interventions for vulnerable learners who continue to need full assistance, gear up for the year 2 implementation of the 8-week learning recovery curriculum this school year 2023-2024 and introduce integrated curriculum in the early grade,” dagdag pa ni Sadsad.

Ayon naman kay USAID Philippines director for education Dr. Thomas LeBlanc, layunin ng mga ito na mapabuti ang edukasyon ng mga estudyante.

“I believe that raising the next generation of leaders begins with raising good readers in the early years. This endeavor involves not just the schools but also the leaders in the community. I thank the private sector present today for your work and interest to support education in the Philippines,” ani LeBlanc.