CHEd OK with integration of birth control use in curriculum

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MANILA, Philippines — The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) has no problem with including birth control use in adolescent-age students’ curriculum as long as it will only be integrated into an existing course or subject.

“If the addition is just to integrate it that will be an easier thing to do,” CHED chair Prospero De Vera said in an online Palace briefing.

“Mas mahirap iyan if you have a separate subject because the number of units and the curriculum in general education has already been decided and is already being implemented,” he also said.

Senators recently tackled anew the possible inclusion of birth control use in the curriculum of adolescents age or those who are…

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