DepEd Says Agency Not to Blame For All Module Errors

DepEd Claims Agency Not Behind For All Errors Found in Self-Learning Modules

The Department of Education explained that the agency should not be blames for all module errors and seeks help from DOJ.

On Friday (November 27, 2020), the Education Department is now seeking help from the Department of Justice against those who were accusing the agency for all the errors found in self-learning modules.

Education Undersecretary Diosdado San Antonio said that the agency has tasked more employees to monitor the modules and to hire third-party evaluators to avoid errors. He also claimed that the agency is not behind from all errors.

Module Errors

“Gusto ko rin pong bigyang-diin na hindi lahat ng nagiging viral sa social media ay nakikita natin na gawa ng DepED,” Antonio said.

Antonio also gives an example of error in the module stating “O is for ostrich” but shows an owl. DepEd validated only 30 errors out of around 800,000 module pages produced by the agency.

DepEd is also determining the action they could take against those who were attributing the errors to the government.

Module Errors

“Nag-i-investigate naman kami. Na-establish namin na mayroon talagang hindi amin, pero sinasabing amin at ginagamit ang seal ng Department of Education,” Education Secretary Leonor Briones said.

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