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Bishop urges students to maintain personal relationships.
A representative of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP-ECCCE) has urged students and teachers to begin the upcoming academic year with trust and desire as classes begin the following week.
The Commission of Bayombong’s chairman, Bishop Jose Elmer Mangalinao, said the reintroduction of in-person instruction is a fantastic opportunity for students to reestablish relationships with their professors, peers, and people in general.
In an interview broadcast on Radio Veritas on Friday, Mangalinao remarked, “We welcome the new school year with such hope and enthusiasm. We hope that everyone has taken away from this event a greater appreciation for the value of face-to-face teaching and the importance of spending time with friends, classmates, and teachers every day.
He also exhorted teachers and other school staff to keep up their efforts to educate young people.
May we all realize that we are blessed with the blessings of life, faith, and mission as we are given a second chance to start over, Mangalinao prayed.
I pray that everyone who is involved in the education, training, and formation of our children would embrace the responsibility of demonstrating to them the value of life by their words and deeds.
On August 22, the school year 2022–2023 will begin. Some institutions will use face–to–face instruction, while others will use blended modular learning.
According to the Department of Education, this academic year will have at least 27 million pupils enrolled.
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