/ 27 December 2020

MAJORITY of the students of the Adamson University favor the implementation of the ‘No Fail Policy’, according to a survey conducted by the Student Government.

The survey showed that 91 percent or 820 out of the 890 students surveyed backed the implementation of the policy.

The Adamson University Student Government also presented the pros and cons of the ‘No Fail Policy’.  It said that this would make students lazy, leading to the possibility that some of them would graduate unprepared for employment.

However, the group admitted that students were having a hard time balancing their problems at home and school work, and giving them failing grades would worsen their condition.

The group reiterated that no student should be left behind. It said that not all students have the privilege to learn comfortably at home.