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A program known as Connecting Adolescents To Comprehensive Health (CATCH), has set-up shop in New York City public schools to give students the morning-after pill as well as other birth control medication. The problem? Parents don’t have to know about it.
Students at 13 participating schools are given an opt-out letter that their parents are to sign and return to the school’s administrators if they don’t want their child to have access to the birth control medication. If the form is not returned, students are automatically enrolled and can be given emergency contraception without parental consent. The New York City Department of Education says only 1%-2% of parents opted their kids out, reported the New York Post.