The teachers of Digos Central Elementary School (DCES) and Ramon Magsaysay Elementary School (RMES) of Philippines are teaching students via computers.
The school will start a program, which utilizes computers to educate rates one to six pupils enrolled in the so-called “smart classes. Lorelie Gorgonio, information and technology school supervisor at the city scools division stated that teachers are fining easy to teach students from Internet. In Davao City, Feliciano Tamondong, regional education supervisor for Southern Mindanao, expressed reservations on how the government will implement the nationwide cyber education project. The DepEd has already signed an MoU with the Tsinghua University in China and the Philippine government but still nothing is finalised. The schools to be included for the digital learning network are 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th class municipalities.
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