42% of parents ‘prefer’ modular learning
More than 42 percent of parents of private and public school students prefer modular learning for their children instead of “blended” and online learning.
This, according to the Learner Enrollment Survey Forms, a tool used for remote and drop-box enrollment for the incoming school year, which the Department of Education published on Thursday.
Some 8.8 million parents (42.5 percent) prefer that their children learn through modules while 3.9 million (18.84 percent) opt for blended learning, or a combination of two or more modalities, including online learning.
Another 3.8 million (18.35 percent) are inclined toward online learning. —Jodee A. Agoncillo
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