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Pasay City Suspends Face-to-Face Classes Amid Transport Strike

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Amid the anticipated nationwide transport strike scheduled for tomorrow, October 16, 2023, the Pasay City authorities have made the decision to suspend all face-to-face classes in both public and private schools within the city.

This precautionary measure aims to ensure the safety and convenience of students, teachers, and school staff, considering the potential challenges in transportation accessibility that the strike may pose.

In place of the traditional face-to-face classes, educational institutions will implement various online and module-based teaching and learning methods to guarantee that students can continue their education without disruption.


The city authorities emphasize the importance of maintaining a conducive learning environment despite the challenges presented by the transport strike.

Parents, students, and educators are urged to cooperate and remain vigilant regarding any further updates and announcements from the local government. The safety and education of the students remain the utmost priority of the Pasay City administration during these unforeseen circumstances.

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