Two No-Homework Policy Bills (Texts as Filed)




With the growing issues on the NO-HOMEWORK POLICY BILLS filed at the House of Representatives, the teachers, parents, students and even the entire community people have given their different insights regarding this matter especially that it is included in a certain bill that teachers can be penalized with P50,000.00 and imprisonment of one to two years when this act is violated.

To some parents, it is just and fair that their kids would receive homeworks to lessen the time of using gadgets and focus more on their studies. A group of teachers said that giving homeworks can improve and develop the study habits of their students and making follow-ups at home to better retention and understanding. They also added that it violated their profession and rights as teachers.

For some who are still confused about what these bills really contained, we have decided to put below these two house bills (text as filed) to everyone's full awareness.

HOUSE BILL NO. 3611 (Introduced by Rep. Evelina G. Escudero)







HOUSE BILL NO. 3883 (Introduced by Rep. Alfred Vargas)


File Source: House of Representatives Archives



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