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DepEd Adjusts School Calendar, Last Day on July 10

Breaks will be adjusted as well.
by Clara Rosales
6 hours ago
Photo/s: Jerome Ascaño

The Department of Education on Tuesday adjusted the academic calendar for public schools nationwide to accommodate learning gaps during the pandemic. The fourth quarter grading period will last until July 10.

In DepEd's Order No. 30, schools were required hold remediation activities based on the unique needs of learners from Mar. 1 to 12. A two-week home learning plan will be prepared by teachers.

Teachers will then attend a professional development program from Mar. 15 to 19 through In-Service Training organized by the school or other DepEd units.


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The third quarter will be from Mar. 22 to May 15, while the fourth quarter will be from May 17 to Jul. 10.

The additional two-week period shall be compensated by a similar adjustment in the school breaks between school year 2020-2021, and school year 2021-2022.

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Private schools, technical and vocational institutions, and higher education instituions—including state and local universities offering the K to 12 Basic Education Program—are encouraged to implement the same calendar.

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