Bill 13 Accepting Schools Act. Biased. A Culture-Shift Mandate: Embrace the Homosexual Agenda. Today’s Presentation. Contents : History – leading up to Bill 13 What is the Intent of Bill 13? GOVERNMENT STRATEGIES TO Change the Norms and Values of Society
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A Culture-Shift Mandate:
Embrace the Homosexual Agenda
- Equity in Education Strategy for all schools = contradictory curriculum
THE HAMILTON SPECTATOR (Apr 15, 2010) Ontario elementary schoolchildren will learn more detailed sex education in earlier grades under a new province-wide curriculum that begins this September…..
Students will learn about some potentially controversial issues:
Grade 3: sexual orientation and gender identity
Grade 4: puberty and its physical and social changes.
Grade 6: personal pleasure in masturbation, vaginal lubrication and wet dreams.
Grade 7: sex acts such as oral sex and anal intercourse.
Apr 2010 - McGuinty pulls curriculum from website and promises a review
Spring 2011 - TDSB (& Ministry of Ed) develop LGBT resource curriculum Document
Summer 2011 - Liberal MPPs (Wynne and Murray) - Curriculum will return after the election
2011 – Faith groups try to inform people
Oct 6 – Election
Nov 30 – First Reading of Bill 13
June 6, 2012 – Bill 13 passes
Hon. Laurel Broten
Minister of Education
“The [Liberal government’s] goal of this Bill is to change attitudes and behaviours, and change them for good”.
2nd Reading Speech, Dec. 7th, 2011
Peter Tabuns, NDP MPP
“[The NDP] see bullying not just as a problem of individuals, but a cultural problem. A culture that in itself has problems and a culture that has to be changed ”.
Peter Tabuns, NDP MPP
“We need to move towards a model of full-service schools…Ontario has still not developed a policy framework for community hubs”.
1) Student Club Activities
2) Sexual-Lifestyle curriculum (K – Gr 12)
3) Rental Agreements
303.1 (1) Every board shall support pupils who want to establish and lead activities and organizations that promote a safe and inclusive learning environment, the acceptance of and respect for others and the creation of a positive school climate, including,
(a) activities or organizations that promote gender equity;
(b) activities or organizations that promote anti-racism;
(c) activities or organizations that promote the awareness and understanding of, and respect for, people with disabilities; or
(d) activities or organizations that promote the awareness and understanding of, and respect for, people of all sexual orientations and gender identities, including organizations with the name gay-straight alliance or another name.
The Legislation States:
2. (1) Paragraph 29.1 of subsection 8 (1) of the Act is repealed and the following substituted:
29.1 require boards to develop and implement an equity and inclusive education policy, and, if required by the Minister, submit the policy to the Minister and implement changes to the policy as directed by the Minister;
Curriculum Document Pulled When Faith Communities Complained
The legislation states:
Agreements with third parties regarding use of schools
(3.1) If a board enters into an agreement with another person or entity, … respecting the use of a school … , the board shall include in the agreement a requirement that the person or entity follow standards that are consistent with the provincial code of conduct.
Public Education Advocates for Christian Equity
Share your faith and worldview with schools and request to be informed when lessons conflict with your values
Should the component of any course conflict with a religious belief of the parent (of minor-age children), or a student aged 18 or older, the right to withdraw from that component of the course shall be granted, on the written request of the parent …”
Kathleen Wynne, Minister of Education
1. School opening and closing exercises
2. Leave of absence for religious holy days
4. Dietary requirements
6. Religious dress
7. Participation in daily activities and curriculum