An SOS for digital devices

Future of education: While it is crucial to note that PdPR does not only encompass online learning, it is also wise to understand that we can’t run away from it. The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the need to embrace this new mode of learning in our education system. — File photo

UNDER the National Recovery Plan (NRP), schools are only expected to reopen between September and October.

And with Covid-19 cases still at an all time high, nothing is for certain.Worried that home-based teaching and learning (PdPR) would drag on, students and parents are calling on the government to deliver on its promise – 150,000 free laptops, tablets, and data connectivity.

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