VP Robredo provides learning hub for students without gadgets or tutors
Distance learning is a challenge for students who don’t have gadgets or guardians to help them with their lessons.
Vice President Leni Robredo has come to their rescue by providing community learning hubs.
These hubs, which have opened in Negros Occidental and Lucena city, is meant for students who need gadgets but don’t have them.
These are also for those whose parents are at work, or who could not guide them in their lessons.
Robredo assured parents that health and safety protocols are followed in the hub, and walk ins are not allowed.
Students have to pre-register to use the area, she said.
With these kinds of spaces, students and parents have one less thing to worry about!
“Our Community Learning Hubs in Himamaylan, Negros Occidental and Dalahican and Bgy 11, both in Lucena City opened their doors to our students today.
These are for students who need gadgets but do not have their own, students who need help but whose parents are either at work or do not have the capacity to tutor them at home, or difficult learners who need extra help.
Strict health and safety protocols are being observed so walk-ins are not allowed. Students who wish to use the center should pre register so that they can be assigned their schedules.
Thank you to our partners and our tutors who have made all these happen.
In the next few days, our other Community Learning Hubs will also be starting operations,” Robredo posted.