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Despite a week-long transport strike, there was no class suspension: DepEd

The Department of Education (DepEd) announced on Friday that lessons would go on as usual despite the March 6–12 transport strike.

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DepEd official Michael Poa stated in a Viber message that there will be “no suspension of classes” on the organization’s end.

When disturbed by the relocation of transport groups, learners might, according to Poa, turn to other learning methods.

Alternative delivery mechanisms (ADM) should be made available to those who won’t be able to attend in-person classes, he continued.

As this is going on, numerous local government agencies have declared the suspension of in-person instruction and advocated the use of online or modular learning.

For the week of March 6–10, Tarlac City Mayor Maria Christina Angeles issued Executive Order No. 30, suspending classes at all levels in public and private schools as well as other educational institutions.

Face-to-face or in-person classes are postponed in all public and private institutions due to the imminent transport strike, according to the Marikina Public Information Office.

Face-to-face classes would not be held from March 6 to March 11, 2023, according to Cavite State University, in anticipation of the planned one-week nationwide transportation strike.

Prior to the intended traditional jeepney phaseout, transportation groups, including jeepney and utility vehicles (UV) express drivers, announced their intention to stage a weeklong protest.

The strike is anticipated to draw 40,000 truckers nationwide.

The Coalition of Concerned Transport Groups, Piston, and Manibela are just a few of the organizations that will participate in the strike.

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