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Text Preview 1987 CONSTITUTION OF THE PHILIPPINES
(The Legal Bases)
Section 1.
- Right of all citizens to quality education at all levels.
Section 2.
-Complete, Adequate and Integrated system of Education.
-Free Public Elementary and Secondary Education.
-Scholarship grants, subsidies and other incentives.
-Non-formal, Informal and Indigenous Learning Systems
Section 3.
-General curricular provisions are stated.
-Inculcate Patriotism and Nationalism, foster love of humanity, respect for human rights, appreciation of the role of national heroes in the historical development of the country, broaden scientific and technological studies.

-optional religious instruction.
Section 4.
-Complementary roles of Public and Private Institutions.
-Ownership, Control and Administration of Educational Institutions.
Section 5.
-Regional and Sectoral Needs shall take into account.
-Budgetary Priority should assigned by the state to education.
-Academic Freedom shall be enjoyed in all institutions.
Section 6.
-National language shall be the medium of communication and instruction.
Section 7.
-National and Universal language are the official languages to be used.
-Spanish and Arabic shall be promoted on an optional basis.
Section 8,
-Filipino and English were promulgated and translated into major regional languages.
Section 9.
-National language commission established.
Section 10.
-Priority to research and development, invention, innovation and to science and technology education.
Section 11.
-provide for Incentives to encourage private participation in programs of basic and applied scientific research.
Section 12.
-Adaptation of technology from all sources for the national benefit.
Section 13.
-Exclusive rights of scientists, inventors, artists and other gifted citizens to their intellectual property creation.
Section 14.
-Preservation, enrichment and dynamic evolution of a Filipino culture.
Section 15.
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