Free College Education



The normal price of college tuition fees rages from 30,000 to 100,000 pesos per semester. Most families in the Philippines cannot afford to pay large amounts of money that is why young individuals are forced to stop studying and start working at an early age. I think that by giving free college education with the support of our government. We can achieve low rates of unemployment because, it is easier to find a stable job when you are a degree holder.

Although there are some schools that offers scholarship. Not all people can achieve and maintain an above average grade. By giving free college education students can study at their own pace and graduate to have stable job and provide for their own families. All of this is not impossible because we are the highest tax payers in the world. And other countries such as Germany has been successful on achieving free college education. We can even make future nation leaders through free education. With the right leader In our country we can all be directed to the betterment of our country and ourselves. Education leads everyone to a better place and hones us to be a better part of our nation.

After having education we will also help the next generation achieve their dreams because in the future, when we are the ones who are working. It will be our time to pay our taxes and our time to help people in need for proper education and care and it will be a chain reaction to achieve the same goal.

 

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An Advocacy of Mr. Antonio Cruz II of HRM161

 

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Ma. Rizza Claire Jiongco
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Ma. Rizza Claire Jiongco

There are people who are in the world right now that cannot afford to go to college. They might have brilliant brains that could help support the world, or have ideas that could change the world completely. However, all those ideas vanish because of the barrier in front of them. They cannot afford to go to colleges. We do not know what those people have in their minds. Most and high likely, they would benefit us even a little bit. 

Rafael Miguel Saratan
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Education is the most important thing in life. Through education we can achieve our goals and make our life better. But since many Filipino can’t afford to go in college our government should give them a chance by giving them scholarships. In that way those who are struggling financially will have a chance to reach their goals in life.

An Ugly Writer
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An Ugly Writer

Shared. ✔

Rien Alexis P. Colaso
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Rien Alexis P. Colaso

OMG! so meaningful :’)

Sharmayne Ballesteros
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Sharmayne Ballesteros

This is what parents and students want, to have a free education. There are lots of students who stopped because of high tuition fees and parents can’t afford to pay. With this reason unemployment in our country in very high this causes to poverty or crimes. This would be a great help for those who want to pursue their dreams that can’t afford to go in College. It’s a good thing that Senate passed this bill.

Abedes, Clifford John
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Abedes, Clifford John

No tuition fees in college? This is a great platform!! It would help the son/daughter of parents who are studying at state universities. And I think 6 years from now this nation would be great again like South Korea does. Because they are done with this.

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jdkits
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This satisfies the solution to those students who were not able to study because of lack of money budget.

Rojem
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Rojem

Agree to this!

Kingrichmond Domingo
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I am better than because i’m loyal to my girlfriend

Domingo, King Richmond B.
CIV151

aronjoshuamalabanam
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i think I am better than Rizal because i’m not a womanizer. Stick to one 😀

aronjoshuamalabanangmailcom
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I think i am better than rizal because i am not a womanizer 😀

ghyrvy
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I can say that i am better than Rizal because i am careful on the worlds i promise on may partner specially my girlfriend 😀

Divina Dula
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I am better than Rizal, coz Rizal think that Love is like a play, like what he do to the girls he met. I value the one I love and stay loyal no matter what.

Dula, Divina CIV151 Rizal

ghyrvy
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Caballero, Ghyrvy
CIV 151

pjcastro0610
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When Rizal meets another woman, he will suddenly forgot that he already have a girlfriend. He is not loyal. That is why i think that I am better than him because I am not like him. I am loyal to my partner. 😀

Castro, Pauline Joy M.
CIV 151

DJ Dalisay
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DJ Dalisay

RA 12345
A law amending RA 10648
Granting Free College Education to all Filipino High School Graduates

Jeniña B. San Juan
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Jeniña B. San Juan

As a student, I support this advocacy. Because, yes, not all student can maintain high or average grades to get an scholarship. But maybe this could happen in selected students. Depends on their income and their grades if they are not failing any subjects. Because some students are studying hard but couldnt get high grades because they are not good with that one subject like math. I support this advocacy for those students who were trying their “very” best but cant maintain their grades for scholarship and ofcourse for those who really wanted to go college but they couldnt pay… Read more »

Michael john fajarito
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Michael john fajarito

i support this advocacy. And my law for this advocacy is the Free Education law, this law is for the one who not accepting or allowing someone to be a student in any public or private universities or institution here in the philippines and will be given a right punishment by the trial court and will be in prison for over 6 years or by giving a bail by almost 250-500 000 pesos.

Michael john Fajarito
ECE151

Ernest A. Estologa
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Ernest A. Estologa

I support this advocacy because this is mostly all the college students want. To have a free tuition is a big help especially for a family a whose income is sufficient only for their food and everyday needs excluding the budget for the study of their kids. I heard that this thing will happen soon but only for selected universities. I hope that someday all the colleges and universities will offer free tuition in their respective institutions supported by our government.
-Ernest A. Estologa ECE-151

Marc Dalida
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Marc Dalida

I am better than Rizal because I am not a womanizer.

Dalida,CIV151

DJ Dalisay
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DJ Dalisay

RA 10927

Sec. 1 An Act shall be known as Free College Education Law.

Sec. 2 All Filipino Students who graduated secondary education in the Philippines will be entitled to a Free College Eduaction at any school they may wish

Sec 3. An average grade of 80% must be maintained by the student to be eligible for the scholarship.

Troy Gonzales
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Troy Gonzales

RA 7731 “Free College Education” and “Scholarship For Students”

Sec. 1 An Act shall be known as “Free College Education” and “Scholarship For Students”

Sec. 2 All Filipino students who graduated secondary education in public shall get 100% scholarship at any universities they want.

Sec. 3 All Filipino students who graduated secondary education with an average grade of 85% shall get 100% scholarship automatically

Sec 4. An average grade of 85% must be maintained by the student to keep their scholarship.

-Troy Kristan Gonzales
ECE151

michael fajarito
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michael fajarito

R.A. 10071
This act provides free education for all the people in the Philippines who wants to go to college.

Section 1: This act will be known as Free Education in College act.

Section 2: This act will provide free miscellaneous for someone who wants to go to college in all public and private universities.

Section 3: This act will effect only for the citizen of the Philippines.

Michael Fajarito
ECE151

fortunato carl sherwin O
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fortunato carl sherwin O

RA 10935

sec. 1 this act shall be know as a “free education’

sec. 2 all students who gtarduated secondary education will have a free college education but they need to maintain their grade 80 and above.

sec. 3 a free education for the people who cant afford to go to college.

-Fortunato, Carl Sherwin O.
-ECE1 51

Jayvee Agustin
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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES REPUBLIC ACT NO. 7722 – 1 Section 1 – This act shall be known as the “Higher Education Act of 2015” Section 2 – The state shall prioritize the welfare of an individual and his right to have a proper quality education which is affordable and accessible to all. The state shall protect the freedom of the students to qualify to any state universities given the fact that they passed the certain qualifications. Section 3 – In order to ensure that this act shall be implemented properly, Commission on Higher Education was funded for the students… Read more »

Darryl Ofamen
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Darryl Ofamen

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES

Republic Act 10011

Section 1- This act shall be known as “Scholarship for College Act”.

Section 2- An act that will provide 100% scholarship exam to college for students who graduated from public school in their secondary education.

Section 3-All high school students must have at least 50% discount when they enroll for their college public or private.

Section 4-Graduate honor students will automatically receive 100% scholarship to college university of their choice but must maintain an average grade of 85%.

Ofamen, Darryl M.
-ECE151

Patricia Cordero
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Patricia Cordero

R.A 1005

Section 1: This law shall be henceforth called as the “National Scholarship Act”

Section 2: This act provides free scholarship for those people who are having a hard time providing money for quality education.

Section 3: However, the applicant must pass all the requirements provided by the government in order to be eligible for the scholarship.

Section 4: Students living in poverty shall be given priority.

Patricia Cordero
ECE151

Patricia Anne O. Menguiz
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Patricia Anne O. Menguiz

Republic Act of the Philippines REPUBLIC ACT NO. 0207 This act will give the less fortunate a chance to finish their studies and find a stable job. Government should prioritize them and give a job as they graduate. Section 1 : This Act should be known as ” Attainable Tertiary Education for the Less Fortunate” Section 2 : The government must examine if the family or the beneficiary can’t sustain his/her college education. section 3 : The Government should prioritize those beneficiary in a government university. Section 4 : Universities and Colleges should put a bigger slots of giving scholarship… Read more »

Rose Marl Cheong
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Rose Marl Cheong

Sometimes the most aspiring and ambitious youth belongs to a family who’s not well-off. Finishing his/her studies lies in-between “will happen” or “won’t happen”. Well nowadays, scholarship programs have been changing the lives and securing the future of certain students. But still, there are students, qualified or even overqualified, miss such an opportunity. A thought crossed my mind, and I was thinking of law which might be really beneficial for those students who might not finish their studies because of being trapped in poverty which I think they have no control over since they were still young. The state will… Read more »

zhelarienne
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Not everyone of us can afford to pay tuition fees in college. Many of the students are working so that they can be able to help their parents in paying all those pending tuition fees. The government should know about this and make the ‘Free Tuition Fee in College’ as their priority. -Arienne Zhel Gadiano (ELE151)

Cara De Villa
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Cara De Villa

Aside from health, another basic necessity the people should have is education, for them to become responsible citizen of the country. Republic Act no. 1420 is an act that provide the poor with free education. Strict conditions for selecting scholars are necessary to avoid fabricated documents (situations such as not giving enough information in the provided application form). The punishment for that will be three to five years of imprisonment. Benefits for the scholars are as follows: A. A 100% tuition discount will be given as a start. To maintain the scholarship the student must maintain a certain grade requirement.… Read more »

Mariz Arroyo
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Mariz Arroyo

Not all students in College this days really can’t afford to pay such high amount of money to go on their studies. Most of this students are force to stop because they cannot provide for their tuition. Since the government is planning on making state Universities and Colleges free of Tuition, it would be very beneficial to the students who are willing to study to make an earning in the Future. As what the government always say, most probably, those whose family really can’t afford college tuition fee must be first on the line. Since they need immediate scholarship, it… Read more »

Carielann1441
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Carielann1441

RA 7731 “Free College Education” and “Scholarship For Students” for me as a student also education should be a right not a privilege because we need a better educated society. the biggest issue in life is always a MONEY and for me if the tution is free it will be not hard for us to gain money. so our problems is SOLVED. and the disadvantages of this scheme is that having free tuition makes taxes higher than they would be if schools charged tuition. for me it always been the best if college is free because for our parents it’s… Read more »

caryl ann arnonobal
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caryl ann arnonobal

R.A 1005 Section 4, Students living in poverty shall be given priority.
Free tuition fee will give a big help specially to the student who want to study but their income is not enough, for me free tuition fee should apply to all youth who wants to study for their dreams because according to rizal youth is the hope of nation.

Cara De Villa
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ECE151 DE VILLA, CARA LARIZE “Free Education Privileges Act” Aside from health, another basic necessity the people should have is education, for them to become responsible citizen of the country. Republic Act no. 1420 is an act that provide the poor with free education. Strict conditions for selecting scholars are necessary to avoid fabricated documents (situations such as not giving enough information in the provided application form). The punishment for that will be three to five years of imprisonment. Benefits for the scholars are as follows: A. A 100% tuition discount will be given as a start. To maintain the… Read more »

Joeen Marie D. Banday
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Joeen Marie D. Banday

Republic of the Philippines Republic Act No. 1789 Section 1 – This act shalll be known as “Student Assistance Act of 2017”. Section 2 – This is an act that will provide student assistance to those students who graduated on secondary education on public schools.They will receive a 2,000 pesos monthly allowance. Section 3 – Under the 1987 Constitution Section 17 Article II, the state shall give priority to education, sciences and technology, arts and sports to foster patriotism and nationalism, accelerate social progress and promote total human liberation and development. Section 4 – The students who graduated on secondary… Read more »

jmreyes
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Replublic Act of the Philippines Republic Act 11111 Section1 .Title. – This shall be known as “Student’s Right Act of 2017” Section2 .Coverage. – This Act shall apply to and govern both formal and non-formal systems in public and private schools in all levels of the entire educational system. Section3 .Declaration of Policy. – It is the declared policy of the State to protect and promote the right of all citizens to quality and accessible education at all levels and to establish and maintain a financial assistance system that shall be available to deserving students, especially the underprivileged. Section4. Any… Read more »

jmreyes
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Replublic Act of the Philippines Republic Act 11111 Section1 .Title. – This shall be known as “Student’s Right Act of 2017” Section2 .Coverage. – This Act shall apply to and govern both formal and non-formal systems in public and private schools in all levels of the entire educational system. Section3 .Declaration of Policy. – It is the declared policy of the State to protect and promote the right of all citizens to quality and accessible education at all levels and to establish and maintain a financial assistance system that shall be available to deserving students, especially the underprivileged. Section4 –… Read more »

christianquebral
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Kapag gusto may paraan, kapag ayaw may dahilan…

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Yes.

joseluispogi
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must share

kingilian
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kingilian

Totally agree with this ?

Allie
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1.Implicit/Non-material
2.Knowledge
3.Master your own craft.

Mae
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Casupanan, Rhelee Mae B. (MAR142)
1.) Implicit/ Non material
2.) Knowledge
3.) “Price of education” – This title would transform the current title to an explicit one. This implies that education in our country comes with a price or a total amount of money to have a degree. Education is viewed as a key to a better life which unfortunately, not available for everyone. On the other hand, education also lies within ourselves. If we all strive hard to achieve our goals or we will just continue to pity ourselves.

Marynel C. Balisi
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Balisi, Marynel C. (Mar142)
-implicit
-knowledge
-“The label of your success”

Abigail De Jesus Labayne
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Abigail De Jesus Labayne

Labayne, Abigail D.
MAR 142
1. Implicit
2. Knowledge
3. “Secret of my journey”