July 27, 2017

Anti “no permit, no exam policy” campaign

The “no permit, no exam” policy preventing students from taking exams due to payment issues has proven to be a damaging rule that has cost many students their good academic standing while adding undue stress to students and families. This practice is expressly prohibited in the Commisision on Higher Education’s (CHED) Manual for Regulation of Private Higher Education, Section 99 while CHED Memorandum Order 02 of 2010 says that “(…) HEIs shall allow students with delinquent accounts to take school examinations.” However, since there are still continued reports of schools violating said CHEd order, students still experiencing the “no permit,…

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