education in the Philippines

Rappler Talk: How a school prepared for limited face-to-face classes

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Rappler education reporter Bonz Magsambol sits down with Fremilyn Rabago, head of Longos Elementary School, to discuss the school's preparations and the importance of resuming face-to-face classes

For the first time since the pandemic began in March 2020, select schools in areas deemed low risk for COVID-19 in the Philippines started limited face-to-face classes on Monday, November 15.

Longos Elementary School in Alaminos City, Pangasinan is one the of 100 schools that began in-person classes for a pilot run. How did the school prepare for the start of classes? What can other schools learn from them in terms of preparations and best practices?

Rappler education reporter Bonz Magsambol sits down with Fremilyn Rabago, head of Longos Elementary School, to discuss the school’s preparations and the importance of the resumption of face-to-face classes.

Tune in to this page or head over to Rappler’s social media accounts to watch the interview on Wednesday, November 17. – Rappler.com