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Types of DepEd ALS Community Learning Centers (CLCs)

The following criteria are used as references for classifying ALS Community Learning Centers (CLCs).

Descriptions of Types of DepEd ALS Community Learning Centers (CLCs)

Type 1

Simple, temporary (makeshift) meeting place with tables and chairs, chalkboard (shared use with community chapel or multipurpose facility owned/managed by barangay authority or private facility temporarily loaned for learning purposes.

Type 2

Semi-concrete structure mostly made of light materials such as nipa and softwood, dedicated to ALS learning sessions and related activities, equipped with basic furniture and learning equipment.

Type 3

Typical barangay learning center or facility made of concrete building materials dedicated to ALS Learning sessions and related activities. The facility is equipped with basic furniture and learning equipment such as but not limited to chairs, tables, chalkboards, or library comer.

Type 4

Two-story or higher building fully equipped with basic furniture and advanced ICT equipment for learning dedicated to ALS learning sessions and related activities.

Type 5

The Learning materials are being transported from one place to another or from house to house of individuals interested to learn through the ALS Program.

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