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Nursing schools get ultimatum

Nursing schools get ultimatum

By Rey E. Requejo

THE justice department has given 18 officials of three nursing review schools 20 days to submit their counter-affidavits to charges they leaked test questions to the June 2006 nursing licensure tests.

A panel led by State Prosecutor Rosanne Balauag issued the order after the owners and officials of R.A. Gapuz Review Center Inc., Ingress Review Center Inc., and Pentagon Review Specialists Inc. failed to attend the first preliminary investigation on the alleged cheating last Thursday.

Those ordered to submit their counter-affidavits were Ricarte Gapuz Jr., Evangeline Gapuz, Ma. Elena Altarejos, Elizabeth Iciano, Eleanor Artemia Gapuz, Jonna Bucud, George Cordero, Adela Cordero, Jerry Cordero, Corazon Sabado, MacJohn Fabian, Lolita Barlahan, Eugenia Alcantara, Gerald Andamo, Glenn Luansing, Mike Jimenes, Jerome Balisnomo, and Freddie Valdez.

Balauag has scheduled the next preliminary investigation on the case on Nov. 29. She ordered both the respondents and the complainants to be present on that date.

“We will not accept counter-affidavits from respondents who will not be here,” she said.

“The panel will no longer entertain any extension for the submission of counter-affidavit by the respondents.”

“The preliminary investigation that we are going to conduct has nothing to do with the petition filed by the faculty members of the nursing school of the University of Sto. Tomas before the Supreme Court,” State Prosecutor Pedro Navera said.

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