DepEd warns public vs learning materials sold online

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MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Education (DepEd) on Wednesday warned the public against the illegal selling of learning modules and materials from the agency.

DepEd Secretary Alain Pascua, in a statement over his Facebook page, said the printed materials of different subjects are being sold online.

“These people are using free learning materials (LMs) from DepEd, and are shamelessly selling it online,” Pascua said.

DEPED WARNS ILLEGAL SALE OF FREE LEARNING MATERIALSThe Department of Education (DepEd) issued a stern warning to those…

Posted by Alain Pascua on Wednesday, June 3, 2020

“We are working non-stop — to create, check, and curate all our content to make it more accessible to everyone, only for these people to use it for their own gain. We are warning …

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