Globe Launches Online Learning Assistance Program
SUPPORTING the Department of Education’s effort to make learning accessible to all Filipinos, Globe Business collaborates with Teach for the Philippines (TFP) in the distribution of connectivity resources to support teachers and students in their learning in continuous line.
Through its recently launched ‘Support A School’ program, Globe Business is offering 200 prepaid home Wi-Fi modems and 128 Globe MyFi modems to nine schools across the country, as well as 200 Globe prepaid cards valued at P 500 each. to 315 public school teachers and students.
In keeping with the group’s initiative to donate it to the various communities they serve, educational institutions expected to receive the donations include Wawa Elementary School, the city’s central school, Bro. William F. Masterson Elementary School, Cauayan North Central School, La Paz Elementary School, Cagayan De Oro National High School, Carmen National High School, Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University and Inapoy Elementary School. They are part of Globe Business’s existing customer network. TFP will identify the beneficiaries of each school.
TFP is a non-profit, non-profit, non-profit organization that works to ensure that all Filipino children receive an inclusive, relevant and excellent education.
“We want our teachers and students to be able to meet the demands of the times,” said Angel Ramos, Director of Marketing and Events at TFP. “To do this, they need the right digital tools to overcome the challenges posed by an unprecedented school year mired in a global pandemic. “
The Education Department previously stressed the importance of reaching all learners and providing them with basic education by all means, even if there is no face-to-face lessons.
Globe Business MSME Group Vice President KD Dizon said: “Our [linkage with TFP has been an integral part of our aid] for the adaptation of pupils and teachers to e-learning. Like our partners, we believe that… everyone has the right to a quality education. We hope this… will enable more Filipinos on their learning journey.