DepEd Has Postponed Classes and College Kids Are Feeling Left Out
The reactions are beyond hilarious.
(SPOT.ph) The opening for school year 2020 to 2021 has officially been moved from August 24 to October 5, as announced by the Department of Education on Friday, August 14. This means schools and students across the nation can breathe a little easier before the digital shift to learning amid the pandemic officially begins—but the same can't be said for college students.
The higher education sector falls under the directive of the, well, Commission on Higher Education. Students in college or higher levels will have to wait for an announcement from the commission or their respective schools on whether they will follow suit. And, yup, the college kids are definitely letting their voices be heard on Twitter. We round up some of the funniest—and realest—reactions we saw online. From imaginary discussions between the Department of Education (DepEd) and the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) to direct call-outs, quality memes, and calls for a #academicfreeze, check them out below:
As the great Taylor Swift once said.
Hello darkness, my old friend.
You guys hear anything yet?
Alma Moreno is hoping for the best.
Think she knows about this meme?
This is not okay.
On a more serious note.
Louder for the people in the back!