Kailan nga ba ang pasukan sa 2022? Plano ng DepEd

Kailan ang Pasukan sa 2022- Alapan 1 Elementary School

The Teacher Dignity Coalition (TDC) has asked Vice President and Education Secretary Sara Duterte to postpone the opening of classes for the next school year 2022-2023 to mid-September or the first week of October.

According to Benjo Bassas, “The National Chairman of TDC shall grant proper leave to teachers only as per the existing policy. He said teachers are entitled to two months of vacation because they don’t have sick leave or holidays like other workers.”

“Since the beginning, teachers are entitled to a two-month leave to give us rest physically, emotionally, and mentally,” Bassos said.
“Noon pa man, ang mga guro ay mayroong dawalang buwang bakasyon para sa makapagpahinga pisikal man, emosyonal o mental” ang sabi ni Bassos


Bassos added that until now, the school activities have not been completed because graduations and graduations, verification of application forms, and preparation of documents for attestation remain. Even if classes were canceled in September, he said, much of the teacher leave would still be spent on activities because teachers would be busy with other work such as in-service training in the next few weeks until August. training (INSET), Brigada Eskwela, back-to-school activities and enrollment, and remedial and enrichment activities.

As a reminder, the Department of Education (DepEd) previously announced that the 2022-2023 academic year will begin on August 22.
“Kung matatandaan, ang Kagawaran ng Edukasyon ay nagpahayag noon na ang paparating na pasukan para sa 2022-2023 ay sa Agosto 22 ng kasalukuyang taon.”

Read: School Calendar 2022-2023 of DepEd | August 22 as start of the next school year

However, DepEd has yet to issue a memorandum and school calendar for this, so it is expected that the new DepEd Secretary will decide on this.

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