DepEd partners with IT school for OSYs

Mar. 27, 2015

The Department of Education has partnered with STI Education Services Group, Inc. to provide education to out-of-school youths (OSYs).

The 36 STI campuses will serve as community learning centers for OSYs who want to finish their secondary education nationwide through DepEd’s Alternative Learning System (ALS).

Aside from classrooms, STI will also provide computer units and other equipment and manpower to conduct ALS sessions on Information Technology.

DepEd and STI have also entered a partnership called “Computer Laboratory on Wheels” (STI Mobile School), which aims to provide students with a foundation on computer literacy and to teach them to use basic information and communications technology (ICT) tools.

This partnership shall benefit a minimum number of 100 public schools and a minimum number of 15,000 students for the duration of five (5) school years.

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