DepEd admits not all modules underwent quality check; welcomes volunteer error spotter


The Department of Education acknowledged that not all modules released for distance learning underwent proofreading, but promised to strictly evaluate the rest of the modules.


Erroneous and confusing modules have been the hot topic on social media lately that were allegedly coming from DepEd.

Education Undersecretary Diosdado San Antonio said they try very hard to screen every module but still there were several items unintentionally slip through.

"Hindi lahat ng self-learning modules... ay dumaan sa aming quality assurance sa Central Office. At kahit po yung mga dumaan sa amin, may mga nasisilip po na hindi tama. Kasama po 'yan sa mga hindi tamang pag-present ng lesson na kailangang bigyan ng pagsasaayos," San Antonio said. 

San Antonio begged the public to first check if the modules having errors really came from DepEd since modules from private schools are beyond the department's control.


"Hindi pa rin namin completely naba-validate kung 'yung mga pages ng mga self-learning modules na 'yan ay gawa namin sa DepEd o nakita sa private sector counterpart... Wala po kaming kaalam-alam doon," he said. 

"Katulad noong una, kami agad inakusahan doon sa malalaswa ang salita. Di naman sa amin... Bago husgahan kung DepEd 'yan, alamin muna para kung sino'ng may pananagutan ay makapagpaliwanag," he added.

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