4 REASONS WHY PARENTS BRING THEIR CHILD TO TUTORIAL CENTERS

4 Basic reasons why parents opt to bring their kids to tutorial centers:

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  1. “I am busy” – a line we usually hear from working parents. We belong to a generation where most households have couples who are both working.  As a result, mom and dad come home exhausted and sometimes could not keep up with their children’s grueling school demands.  Solution:  A nearby tutorial center.
  2. “That’s not what my teacher said” – some parents bring their kids to tutorial centers because their children won’t listen to them or worse, they end up fighting before the child even finishes his homework. Parents who want bonding time to be exclusively fun and play end up bringing their children to tutorial centers so they could focus on “family time” at home.
  3. “This is too complicated for a first grader…and for me!” – Shocked that their lessons are beyond you?  You are not alone.
  4. “I want my child to have advance lessons” – Instead of losing their child to computer addiction, some parents decide on bringing their children to tutorial centers where they can have advance lessons.

If you are in any of those above-mentioned situations and you are looking for the best learning center for your child’s learning needs, visit Bright Hope Room for Growth, Inc. at 2nd Floor, Luke Foundation Building, Leonard Wood Road, Baguio City.  We are open from Mondays thru Saturdays. Please contact 09178120743 or 4242647 for inquiries.

Take advantage of our affordable lock-in rates:

6th Grade and Below
*Only P169.00 per session (Regular rate of P220.00 per session)
(Lock-in for 30 sessions)
Required 50% down payment before the start of the 1st session
Balance of 50% payable before the 16th Session starts
Not applicable to home tutorials.
Not applicable to Jolly Phonics reading program.

7th to 10th Grade
*Only P199.00 per session (Regular rate of P250.00)
(Lock-in for 60 sessions)
Required 50% down payment before the start of the 1st session
Balance of 50% payable before the 31st Session starts
Not applicable to home tutorials.

10th to 12th Grade
*Only 219.00 per session
(Lock-in for 30 sessions)
Required 50% down payment before the start of the 1st session
Balance of 50% payable before the 16th Session starts
Not applicable to home tutorials.

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Bright Hope Learning Ambassador with her tutee in one of their math sessions.

*The above promo rates are applicable effective November 02, 2015 until further notice.

JUST SAYING: FAILURE TO PRESENT AN AUTHORIZED BANK REP IN A BP 22 CASE SHOULD LEAD TO ACQUITTAL

Help me weigh in on this…

In a BP 22 case, if the prosecution fails to present an authorized bank representative to testify that the checks were presented to the bank and that the same were subsequently dishonored, I am of a view that this should lead to the acquittal of the accused.

Why?

The essential elements of the offense of violation of BP 22 are the following:

(1) The making, drawing, and issuance of any check to apply for account or for value;

(2) The knowledge of the maker, drawer, or issuer that at the time of issue there were no sufficient funds in or credit with the drawee bank for the payment of such check in full upon its presentment; and

(3) The dishonor of the check by the drawee bank for insufficiency of funds or credit or the dishonor for the same reason had not the drawer, without any valid cause, ordered the drawee bank to stop payment (Resterio v. People, G.R. No. 177438, September 24, 2012, 681 SCRA 592, 596-597).

Who dishonors the checks?  It is the bank, right?

Without the bank representative being presented as a prosecution witness, the third element cannot be established.

I just can imagine a trigger happy complainant conveniently having a stamp made along Recto and marks/stamps each check issued to him as dishonored without actually presenting the said checks in the bank and later uses these as  evidence to file a case for BP 22.  Isn’t that scary?

Thus, I am advocating that if the prosecution fails to present an authorized bank representative to testify on the dishonor of the check, the word ACQUITTAL should be spelled correctly.

What do you think?