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Solutions to Higher Education Problems
« on: January 18, 2018, 06:56:20 AM »
Press Release: Matapos mag-resign si Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Chair Patricia Licuanan, tatlong kasapi ng Kamara ang naglatag ng mga panukala para solusyunan ang mga problema ng higher education system sa bansa. 

Sa House Bill 6972, nais ni Assistant Majority Leader Bernadette Herrera-Dy ng Bagong Henerasyon Party-list na malimitahan lang sa iisang terminong limang (5) taon ang haba ang mga hihirangin na CHED Chairman at Commissioners. 

Mungkahi naman ni 1-PACMAN Party-list Rep. Michael “Mikee” L. Romero na hindi dapat lumampas sa 60 taon ang edad ng sinumang uupo sa liderato ng CHED at dapat ay mayroong sertipikasyon mula sa lisensiyadong doktor na “fit to work” ang ma-aappoint kung maging batas ang inihain niyang HB 6975. 

Sang-ayon si 1-Ang Edukasyon Party-List Rep. Salvador Belaro Jr na panahon na para baguhin ang Republic Act 7722, ang batas na lumikha sa CHED dahil 24 taon na ang lumipas mula nang ito ay maging batas. “Hinog na ang RA 7722 para sa “updating and upgrading” upang makagawa ang CHED ng “systemic solutions such as strong regional university systems, enabling CHED for a federalized environment, an enhanced open university and alternative learning superstructure, and enactment of the Philippine Qualifications Framework.”

“I hope the PQF becomes as law by March, April or May this year during the graduation season,” giit ni Belaro. 

Dagdag pa ni Belaro na kailangan ng bansa ng education bonds “to fund the education equivalent of Build Build Build” dahil maraming SUC ay kailangan ng bagong pasilidad at serbisyo. “Many private schools are also in crises because of the exodus of teachers to public schools and because of lack of funds to upgrade their facilities.”

Ayon naman kay Rep. Herrera-Dy, kailangan ang HB 6972. “I want to further insulate the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) from partisan political pressures that come with the reappointment process yet give the CHED Chairman and Commissioners ample time to effect substantial impact on higher education development in the country.”

Tutol siya sa reappointment ng CHED officials. “Reappointment can become a motivation to grant political favors or give in to political demands from various sectors. This bill removes that motivation, so that the CHED officials can focus on work, on their mission at CHED.”

Para naman kay Rep. Romero, “leading the highest policy-making government agency for higher education can be taxing on personal health and also requires wisdom that comes with age.”

“The fit for work certification and age ceiling of 60 years are reasonable qualifications necessary for the physical and intellectual demands of the highest posts at the CHED. A good balance this bill seeks in the interest of public service,” aniya. (WAKAS)

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