To help iskolar ng bayan through “the new normal” by providing for their remote learning needs, the UP Open University (UPOU) launched its own UPOU-Kaagapay+ program on September 1, in consonance with the UP System’s Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral ng mga Iskolar ng Bayan Fundraising and Resource Generation Campaign (Kaagapay UP).
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In this time of pandemic and “the new normal”, when education is compelled to shift to remote and online learning, several iskolar ng bayan need help and support to complete their studies at UP. Here is how one UP alumnus has found a way to be a kaagapay to UP students by sharing what he has: a cool, affordable learning space.
Are you a donor or a student who would like to know more about the Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral ng mga Iskolar ng Bayan (#KaagapayUP) fundraising program? The Kaagapay Secretariat brings you the responses to Frequently Asked Questions. Padayon!
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For many UP students, finding a source and sense of support in these difficult times is a necessity, especially when it comes to the technology and resources needed to keep up with the “next normal” of remote and blended learning. To support its Iskolar ng Bayan, UP launched the Kaagapay sa Pagaaral ng mga Iskolar ng Bayan or #KaagapayUP project, with the aim of helping UP’s financially challenged students acquire the resources to engage in the remote and blended learning solutions instituted by the University in response to COVID-19.