The Supreme Court is urged anew to rule on the constitutionality of the K to 12 program being implemented by the Department of Education.
In their most urgent motion filed today, parents, students and teachers from Manila Science High School call on the Supreme Court to render judgment on the six petitions which sought to nullify the implementation of the K to 12 program and to declare as unconstitutional Republic Act 10533 or the K to 12 Law.
The petitions were filed in 2015 and the last pleadings were submitted almost a year ago but the court has not yet ruled on it.
Petitioners from Ma-Sci [ma-say] particularly opposed the K to 12 because of its alleged diluted curriculum saying the school’s special science curriculum make their students qualified to enter college after four years of high school.
Other petitioners opposed K to 12 because, allegedly, there was no sufficient consultation with the affected sectors, student and parents in particular. – Roderick Mendoza | UNTV News & Rescue
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