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The bully tactics employed by the union representing Ontario teachers are outdated and counter-productive in soliciting support from the parents with whom they should be partnering — not using as pawns — in this battle against the provincial government. Continue reading
The Catholic school system’s reticence over a gay-straight anti-bullying club just reinforces the fact that it’s time we stop publicly funding one religious school system to the exclusion of the others. Continue reading
Earlier articles about London’s Laurier Secondary School’s lenient behaviour towards students foreshadowed the challenges St. Thomas Aquinas is facing. And now it’s time to stop talking and for administrations to take actions to support teachers, parents, and good students. Continue reading
The fact that high school culture has fostered an environment where LGBT kids need to attend a separate Pride Prom away from their so-called peers shows many students have precious little to be of which to be proud. Continue reading