Malacañang Speaks on Marcos Appointee for CHED Chairmanship
Malacañang revealed the pick of President Bongbong Marcos Jr. for the chairperson of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).
A new administration started its six-year term in the Philippines. Last June 30, Pres. Bongbong Marcos officially assumed his post as the country’s Chief Executive during the oath-taking held at the Philippine National Museum.
The presidential inauguration of Marcos Jr. had his family, Cabinet members, important campaign personalities, and several distinguished guests including ex presidents of the Philippines gathered in one venue. He has appointed the secretaries of the different departments under the government prior to it.
Meanwhile, there are still vacant positions and there are also those departments and government agencies that just had the appointment of their secretaries or chairpersons like the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).
Recently, Malacañang revealed the pick of Pres. Bongbong Marcos for the chairmanship of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). It was formerly led by Prospero de Vera who served the department beginning 2018 under the Duterte Administration until July 21, 2022.
According to a report on ABS-CBN News, Marcos Jr. appointed De Vera back to the position as CHED chairperson as announced by Malacañang. Prior to being the chairman of the higher education, he was also a CHED commissioner in 2016.
The educational field is one of those that were greatly affected by the pandemic. Even the tertiary education had to turn to online classes and modules in delivering lessons to the students for their safety. Meanwhile, amid the acknowledgment that some courses really need face-to-face instructions, the higher education has previously given colleges and universities the power to decide on the implementation of face-to-face classes. It stressed that skills-based program really need face-to-face teaching.
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