1.8M schoolers troop to more than 58K classroom on the opening of classes in Bicol | BICOL TODAY

1.8M schoolers troop to more than 58K classroom on the opening of classes in Bicol

Photo by Elmer James Bandol / BICOLTODAY.COM

Shifting of classes due to classroom lack

By Elmer James Bandol

LEGAZPI CITY, 3June2019 — A grand total of 1,828,694 high school and elementary students trooped to their respective classrooms on the opening of classes today following the convergence of stakeholders of Brigada Eskwela involving national and local government offices that determined classroom lack triggered the shifting of classes.

“We are ready, classes are running smoothly and peacefully”, said Regional Director Gilbert T.
Sadsad of the Department of Education (DepEd) here, whose name akin for a double sorrow, yet expressed gleefully that expected problems in the opening of classes were identified and ironed out during the serrries of meeetings of Brigada.

Mentioned in a press statement of DepEd that a total of 58,374 classrooms to accommodate 47,787 elementary; 16,587 secondary and 3,589 high school of K-12 program that increased to 2.28% over last year.s number of actual enrollees with 1,659,293 in public school while 169, 401 in private.

Teaching personnel as of April 39, 2019, Bicol region has a total of 65,589 teachers where 38,812 are for Kinder/Elementary; 20,606 for Junior High School and 6,171 for Senior High School. [BicolToday.com]

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