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Strike Revilla: No to Saturday make-up classes for students

Oct 2, 2018 @ 16:44

Cavite 2nd District Representative Strike Revilla said he agrees with the Teacher’s Dignity Coalition’s opposition to Saturday make-up classes for students.

The Cavite politiko cited the group’s reasoning that an academic calendar already has “buffer days” reserved for class suspensions.

“Sa patuloy na pagdiriwang ng Teachers’ Month, tuusin po natin ang ‘social cost’ tuwing magkakaroon ng Saturday make-up. Unang-unang nasasakripisyo ang pa­hinga hindi lamang ng ating mga guro, kundi pati ng mga bata,” Revilla said.

He also said that it is important that students have time to rest and have quality time with their families.

“May kasabihan sa Ingles na ‘Rest is a weapon.’ Ang pahinga ay sandata. Pangalawang naisasantabi ay ang panahon ng mga bata na makasama ang kanilang mga pamilya,” Revilla said.

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