An Act Creating the Commission on Higher
Education, Appropriating Funds and for Other
Purposes
“

Higher Education Act of 1994”
 “ The state shall protect, foster and promote

the right of citizens to affordable quality
education at all levels and s...
“The commission shall be independent
and separate from the DECS and attached
to the Office of the President for
administra...
 Composed of 5 fulltime members:
1 Chairman
4 Commissioners
 Qualifications:
1. Holders of earned Doctorate
2. Engaged i...
 Chairman : term of 4 years, without prejudice to one
reappointment
 Commissioners: next 2- for 3 years
last 2- for 2 ye...
 Ranks
Chairman: Department of Secretary
Commissioners: Undersecretary
 Emoluments: shall receive compensation
correspon...
 should meet with the Commission at least once a year
 Composition:
1. Secretary of Education, Culture and Sports
as Cha...
1. Formulate and recommend development
plans, policies, priorities and programs on higher
education and research
2. Formul...
8. Nationalize programs and institutions
9. Develop criteria for allocating additional resources
10. Direct or redirect pu...
 headed by an executive officer, subject
to National compensation and position
classification plan

 determine the dutie...
 established to strengthen the higher education
1. Government’s contribution to the fund:
- seed capital= 500 million php...
must be administered by the commission
 shall appoint a reputable government to administer funds
 guidelines:
1. no part...
 assist the commission in setting
standards and program monitoring and
evaluation
 composed of senior specialists
 Exemptions for the abridgement of the curricular
freedom of educational institutions:

1. minimum unit requirements for ...
 Commission shall provide incentives to

institutions of higher learning, public and
private whose needs are for accredit...
 Any donation, contribution, bequest, and grant maybe
made shall constitute as allowable deduction from the
income of the...
 exercise authority necessary with its
areas of operation to attain its objectives
 500 million php is authorized to be appropriated for
the seed capital of the fund.
 additional 50 million php shall be ...
 all government entities having functions to those of
the commission are transferred to the commission
 the commission s...
all laws, executive orders, rules
and regulations that are
inconsistent must be cancelled.


 any provision that are held unconstitutional or
valid, other provisions are not affected and shall
continue to enact.
 THIS ACT SHALL TAKE EFFECT UPON ITS
APPROVAL.
Daisy Mae A. Valeroso
BEEG-II
EDUC4
Mrs. Apolonia V. Garay
February 6, 2013
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  • Republic Act No. 7722

    1. 1. An Act Creating the Commission on Higher Education, Appropriating Funds and for Other Purposes
    2. 2. “ Higher Education Act of 1994”
    3. 3.  “ The state shall protect, foster and promote the right of citizens to affordable quality education at all levels and shall take appropriate steps to ensure that education shall be accessible to all.”
    4. 4. “The commission shall be independent and separate from the DECS and attached to the Office of the President for administrative purposes only.” 
    5. 5.  Composed of 5 fulltime members: 1 Chairman 4 Commissioners  Qualifications: 1. Holders of earned Doctorate 2. Engaged in Higher Education for at least 10 years 3. Not candidate in the election 4. Higher degree of professionalism
    6. 6.  Chairman : term of 4 years, without prejudice to one reappointment  Commissioners: next 2- for 3 years last 2- for 2 years
    7. 7.  Ranks Chairman: Department of Secretary Commissioners: Undersecretary  Emoluments: shall receive compensation corresponding to their positions
    8. 8.  should meet with the Commission at least once a year  Composition: 1. Secretary of Education, Culture and Sports as Chairman 2. Director-General of the NEDA as Cochairman 3. Secretary of Science and Technology 4. Secretary of Trade and Industry 5. President of FAAP 6. President of FAPE
    9. 9. 1. Formulate and recommend development plans, policies, priorities and programs on higher education and research 2. Formulate and recommend development plans, policies, priorities and programs on research 3. Recommend to the executive and legislative branches the priorities and grants 4. see minimum standards for programs and institutions 5. monitor and evaluate the programs and institutions 6. identify, support and develop potential centers of excellence in program areas 7. Recommend to the Dept. of Budget and Mngt the budgets of public institution
    10. 10. 8. Nationalize programs and institutions 9. Develop criteria for allocating additional resources 10. Direct or redirect purposive research by institutions to meet the needs 11. Devise and implement resource development schemes 12. administer the Higher Education Development Fund 13. review the charters of institutions 14. Promulgate rules and regulations 15. Perform necessary functions for effective operations
    11. 11.  headed by an executive officer, subject to National compensation and position classification plan  determine the duties, responsibilities and functions
    12. 12.  established to strengthen the higher education 1. Government’s contribution to the fund: - seed capital= 500 million php - initial operation= 50 million php - 40% annual share on total gross collections of the travel tax - 30% share from Professional Gross Fee - 1% of gross sales of PCSO 2. 3-5% CONTRIBUTION FROM FINANCING INSTITUTIONS 3. Private portion for donates, gifts conveyances
    13. 13. must be administered by the commission  shall appoint a reputable government to administer funds  guidelines: 1. no part of capital shall be used for overhead expenses for admin. 2. earnings for private contributions shall be used for administrative expenses 3. commission shall appoint and organize separate staff 4. shall be utilize equitably to regions and programs 
    14. 14.  assist the commission in setting standards and program monitoring and evaluation  composed of senior specialists
    15. 15.  Exemptions for the abridgement of the curricular freedom of educational institutions: 1. minimum unit requirements for that program 2. general education distribution requirements 3. specific professional subjects are not qualified
    16. 16.  Commission shall provide incentives to institutions of higher learning, public and private whose needs are for accreditation purposes
    17. 17.  Any donation, contribution, bequest, and grant maybe made shall constitute as allowable deduction from the income of the donor for income tax purposes and shall be exempt from donor’s tax.
    18. 18.  exercise authority necessary with its areas of operation to attain its objectives
    19. 19.  500 million php is authorized to be appropriated for the seed capital of the fund.  additional 50 million php shall be put to National Treasury or initial operation of PAGCOR Included in General Appropriations Act
    20. 20.  all government entities having functions to those of the commission are transferred to the commission  the commission shall have the authority to appoint its own personnel All regular and permanent employees shall not suffer any loss of rank or emoluments
    21. 21. all laws, executive orders, rules and regulations that are inconsistent must be cancelled. 
    22. 22.  any provision that are held unconstitutional or valid, other provisions are not affected and shall continue to enact.
    23. 23.  THIS ACT SHALL TAKE EFFECT UPON ITS APPROVAL.
    24. 24. Daisy Mae A. Valeroso BEEG-II EDUC4 Mrs. Apolonia V. Garay February 6, 2013
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