Antipolo diocese to help in online tutorial of students
By CBCP News
October 1, 2020
The Diocese of Antipolo Commission on Migrants and Itinerant People has forged a partnership with the city’s education office for the online tutorial of public school learners.
Through an agreement signed on Sept. 23, DACMI and the City Schools Division Office of Antipolo have pledged closer collaboration in delivering education in “new normal” amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Dubbed as “Turo Mo, Kaalaman Ko,” the online tutorial program was forged as classes for the school year 2020-2021 will open on October 5.
Originally scheduled on Aug. 24, the opening of classes was deferred to allow the Education department to fully prepare for the blended learning system.
The agreement was signed between DACMI’s Director Fr. Jose Bautista and Lay Coordinator Dario Coronel and the Division Schools of Antipolo led by its Superintendent Dr. Christopher Diaz and Dr. Jonathan Domingo, Chief of Schools Governance Operation Division.
DACMI has an existing partnership with SDO Antipolo on the formation program of the children of overseas Filipino workers (OFW), ang it was expanded to reach other students during the pandemic.
Amelia Coronel, DACMI Tutorial Project Coordinator, said they now have around 70 volunteer tutors committed to serve in the online tutorial.
She said they are expecting the number of volunteers to increase in the coming days.
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