In nationwide online surveys about distance learning conducted from April 20-28, 2021, 54% of teachers and 53% of students expressed agreement with the proposal to conduct limited face-to-face classes. Meanwhile, the majority of parents are divided: 43% agree, 36% disagree, and 21% are undecided.
Specifically, the results show that more teacher- and student-respondents from all island groups (NCR, Balance Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao) agree with the proposal than those who disagree with it. When it comes to the parents, more respondents from NCR disagree (40%) with conducting said classes than those who support it (36%).
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