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Revilla seeks end to ‘no permit, no exam’ policy


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    Default Revilla seeks end to ‘no permit, no exam’ policy


    Senator Ramon Revilla Jr. is pushing for the passage of a bill that would penalize universities and schools that implement a “no permit, no exam” policy.

    Revilla on Tuesday said he filed Senate Bill No. 907, which seeks to prohibit the imposition of the policy or similar rules that prevent students in post-secondary and higher education from taking their examinations and assessment tests due to unpaid tuition and other school fees.


    In filing his measure, the senator stressed that prohibiting a student from taking any examination over non-payment of school fees is a violation to the right to education.
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    Empathizing on the students, parents, teachers, and schools, what are your thoughts?

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    Instead mag promote tag free education this is more like adding tuition fee's, dili ra ba libre kuhaon ang permit.

    Never voted those asswipe plunderer revilla is pure idiot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DEMONOCIETY View Post
    Instead mag promote tag free education this is more like adding tuition fee's, dili ra ba libre kuhaon ang permit.

    Never voted those asswipe plunderer revilla is pure idiot.
    It has been my personal choice not to vote for any actor/actress during elections.

    Quote Originally Posted by marius View Post
    revilla, the most useless and corrupt senator.

    he should have opted to make a bill that would impose the private schools that they can ONLY make a tuition fee increase every 5 years not on a yearly basis.
    Our society has lost the art of thinking.

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    nada sa budot's dance ang mga bugo nibutar ani niya

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    Quote Originally Posted by DEMONOCIETY View Post
    nada sa budot's dance ang mga bugo nibutar ani niya
    I just wonder how the schools, both private and public, would pay for the salaries of the teachers if the government will delay the tuition fee payment.

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    one of the best senators...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DEMONOCIETY View Post
    Instead mag promote tag free education this is more like adding tuition fee's, dili ra ba libre kuhaon ang permit.

    Never voted those asswipe plunderer revilla is pure idiot
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    korek ka dyan bai @DEMONOCIETY lol

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    right.. he could've advocated for a tuition fee-related initiative.. which is the root cause of the issue he is trying to address. if mas affordable ang pag-aaral, hindi magkakaroon ng ganitong problema na "no permit, no exam" policy in the first place.

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