A plan to Separate classes for boys and girls eyed to avoid teenage pregnancy, read the full article below for more details regarding this issue.
The head of the National Youth Commission proposed Wednesday the creation of separate class sections for female and male students in grades 7 to 12.
NYC Chairperson Ryan Enriquez cited the increasing cases of teen pregnancies and HIV incidence among 15 to 30-year-olds for his proposal.
“Maraming mga grade school pa lang, mag-girlfriend at boyfriend sila dahil magkaklase sila. At kung meron silang activity na magsasama sila sa isang bahay, doon nangyayari, pwedeng maging teenage mother agad-agad,” he told ABS-CBN News.
If boys and girls were assigned to separate class sections, Enriquez said, “‘Pag project di sila magkasama, kung may pinapagawa ang teacher nila di nila kailangan mag-overnight para matapos ang project.”
“Mapag-uusapan ang sex education nang maayos. Iyong HIV awareness, mas maituturo nang maayos,” he added.
Enriquez, however, acknowledged that under his proposed set-up, students will still see their peers from the opposite sex, but “at least makakatulong (this will help).”
“Kasi kung curious ka at may kaklase kang lalaki, andoon ang temptation,” he said. (ABS-CBN NEWS)
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