CHED CREATES BETTER PATHWAYS FOR SPORTS-INCLINED STUDENTS
Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Chairman Prospero De Vera said that they are creating better pathways for the sports-inclined young people to develop.
“We are creating synergy in higher education because the different schools, the different associations, are enthusiastic in working together,” he said.
“I think that is a breakthrough in tertiary sports,” he added.
De Vera also said one of its accomplishments is the Unified Tertiary Sports Program which CHED and the Philippine Sports Commission signed in March.
De Vera stated that the “sports career of young Filipinos” has a lot to look forward to.
He praised the National Sports Academy (NAS), the country’s first school for student-athletes, serving junior and senior high students.
De Vera is part of the academy’s board of trustees.