After careful deliberation, the UA&P Management Committee has decided to continue with the current mode of instructional delivery, i.e., blended learning, for the second semester of SY 2021-2022. The decision was made bearing in mind the safety and well-being of everyone amid the developments in the country’s efforts to control the pandemic, as well as the guidelines issued by the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF) and the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).
Nevertheless, preparations are being made to pilot at least two classes in January 2022—one for hybrid mode and another for the blended learning mode with limited onsite classes—as the situation will allow. Details of the implementation will be made available in the event that it is deemed feasible and advisable.
UA&P takes this opportunity to continue improving online course delivery even as the University made great headway since the pandemic started. The pilot classes shall serve to help prepare for the suitable instructional delivery that will be made available as the country steadily progresses towards the post-pandemic period.