School Supply Prices Are Rising; DepEd Calls For Private DonationsAugust 4, 2022
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DepEd Talks Donors Amid High School Supply Prices As Classes Approach
WORKING SCHOOL PRICES – The Department of Education is seeking private donations amid the current high cost of school supplies.
The opening of the 2022-2023 school year is just around the corner. Previously, the Department of Education (DepEd) issued an order announcing the start of the next school year on August 22. Blended learning will still be used in schools.
Based on the order issued by the Ministry of Education, schools can use blended learning until October 31. In November, schools were authorized to resume face-to-face classes that were suspended during the COVID-19 pandemic for the safety of students.
Under blended learning, the delivery of instruction and lessons takes place through online classes and modules. Following the order of DepEd, many parents are preparing their children’s school supplies.
However, high school fees are now a financial challenge for many parents. On the part of other sellers, they explained that their suppliers have also started increasing the cost of writing books, paper pads, crayons, etc.
Among the prices of high school supplies, based on a report by ABS-CBN News, the Department of Education (DepEd) is asking private companies to donate to help students who don’t really have money to buy things they will need in school. .
Based on this report, donations can be given to schools during the Brigada Eskwela which continues until August 26. The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) has recently revealed that it will review the suggested retail prices (SRP) of school supplies.
The DTI pointed out that the current SRP is useful for consumers but lacks more details such as material specifications and quality. The Department hopes to provide consumers with a more detailed guide on school supplies but has not yet disclosed a target date for the release of the revised SRP. More updates may be posted soon.
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