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Drug Testing on Government School Premises.

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BudM:
As they say, you might not like some things but, you either suck it up and deal with it or if you can't well, there is an answer for that too.

bigrod:
FYI:  https://www.philstar.com/headlines/2018/06/10/1823259/school-bag-locker-check-proposal-be-tackled

Chuck

Sam218:
There has been a recent incident in Bicol where a teacher was killed by a grade 12 student who they say is under the influence of illegal drugs when the crime happened. So the effort of conducting surprise drug search and drug testing is somehow needed to help prevent occurrence of the same accident.

suzukig1:
https://www.lawphil.net/statutes/repacts/ra2002/ra_9165_2002.html

REPUBLIC ACT NO. 9165       June 7, 2002

AN ACT INSTITUTING THE COMPREHENSIVE DANGEROUS DRUGS ACT OF 2002, REPEALING REPUBLIC ACT NO. 6425, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE DANGEROUS DRUGS ACT OF 1972, AS AMENDED, PROVIDING FUNDS THEREFOR, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES


ARTICLE III

Dangerous Drugs Test and Record Requirements

Section 36. Authorized Drug Testing

(c) Students of secondary and tertiary schools. Students of secondary and tertiary schools shall, pursuant to the related rules and regulations as contained in the school's student handbook and with notice to the parents, undergo a random drug testing: Provided, That all drug testing expenses whether in public or private schools under this Section will be borne by the government;


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