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In this special episode of the Naked Politixxx Podcast, young podcasters together with their guests will discuss the contentious topic of academic freeze and online learning.

“Ang issue ng academic freeze isn’t about students versus teachers, students, teachers versus school, or students, teachers, schools versus DepEd and Ched, magkakasama tayong lahat because we are all part of the academe. We should see this as us, the academe versus the administration whose incompetency has hindered us from going to normal.” – Miguel

“I think contextually in the Philippines was Education is never a right especially on the treatment of students and education in our country.” – Rigel

“The issue of romanticizing Filipino resilience can be a factor. For example, masyadong naroromanticize yung resilience ng Pilipino, kaya tutuloy pa rin tayo sa school year, kasi sabi ng gobyerno, “Kaya natin to.” “We can do this.”, but then again, we need to look for ways forward rather than abstract. -Izrie

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