Government lawyers argue interim sex-ed curriculum is ‘not discriminatory’

Government lawyers argue interim sex-ed curriculum is ‘not discriminatory’

ETFO says the government’s repeal of the 2015 sex-ed curriculum created a “chill” and caused confusion over what teachers could teach . . .

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Sneh Duggal

Reporter, Queen's Park Briefing

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