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A joint farewell and welcome ceremony for outgoing Department of Education (DepEd) Leonor Briones and Vice President-elect and incoming DepEd Chief Sara Duterte will be held in the first week of July.

During their meeting on Saturday, June 25, there was a consensus on policy matters that need immediate attention as agreed upon by outgoing DepEd Secretary Leonor Briones and Vice President-elect and incoming DepEd Chief Sara Duterte.

For the past six years, the administration, through the Department of Education (DepEd), has intensified its move to ensure no one is left behind, especially the marginalized and most vulnerable sector of society.

LOOK: Vice President-elect Sara Duterte meets outgoing Department of Education Sec. Leonor Briones at the DepEd Central Office in Pasig for their first physical transition briefing. (📷: DepEd) | via @arraperezDZMM 

READ: DepEd statement on the meeting between incoming Education chief and VP-elect Sara Duterte and outgoing DepEd Sec. Leonor Briones | via @arraperezDZMM 

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DepEd: For the turnover, while the terms end and start at noon on June 30, 2022, the Vice President-elect and the Secretary agreed to hold a Joint Farewell and Welcome Ceremony on July 4. | via @arraperezDZMM 

LOOK: Outgoing Department of Education Secretary Leonor Briones and Vice President-elect and incoming DepEd Chief Sara Duterte meet on June 25 to discuss the plans for the agency during the transition period (Photos from DepEd Facebook page) | via @MB_InaHernando 

LOOK: Vice president-elect and incoming education secretary Sara Duterte meets with DepEd chief Leonor Briones a week before Marcos admin assumes office. DepEd says Duterte had a one-on-one meeting with Briones before they met the transition team. 📷: DepEd | via @bnzmagsambol 

The DepEd received teaching and learning resources from the USAID in support of early grade learning initiatives in the Philippines.

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LOOK: An activity for Grade 11 students includes a question about Robredo putting her in a bad light. Rappler has reached out to DepEd for a comment. They said they will release a statement soon. | via @bnzmagsambol 

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Former DepEd officials, staff, and teachers, including 6 former DepEd secretaries, endorse presidential candidate VP Leni Robredo and her running mate Senator Kiko Pangilinan. #PHVote  #WeDecide  | via @maracepeda 

BREAKING: DepEd moves school opening to October 5 from August 24, Sec. Leonor Briones announced.

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Students, teachers and parents are given more time to prepare for the school openings after DepEd postpones the opening of classes to October 5. #COVID19  READ:

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BREAKING: DepEd Sec. Leonor Briones: classes may resume in August but maybe online through DepEd commons | @Joseph_Morong 

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No graduation rites nationwide amid COVID-19 situation — DepEd chief Briones

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