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Ontario Premier Doug Ford announcing funding for road project in Pelham. Image: Premier of Ontario Photography/Flickr
Antonia Zerbisias, Broadsides | This week, Ontario's education minister announced that the province's sex-ed program was going back to the future. The new curriculum would be almost identical to the 2015 curriculum.
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Introducing - RadioLabour Canada on rabble.ca
rabble staff | rabble.ca welcomes long running international labour show RadioLabour to rabble podcasts. Enjoy the inaugural show!
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Ontario legislature. Photo: Joseph Morris/Flickr
Safia J. Lakhani, Pro Bono | The Ford government's decision to revert back to the 1998 curriculum has produced considerable backlash from educators, parents, and students -- and has also triggered four separate legal challenges.
Podcast
Sex ed through social action theatre
Scott Neigh | Shira Taylor and Lauren Chang talk about the work of the group Sex Education by Theatre.
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Rick Salutin | The sex ed curriculum will be an overt omen, but there's a bigger picture. Ford's staff has a reputation for undermining the public education system with tax breaks and standardized tests.
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Rick Salutin | What else might be included in the new Ontario sex-ed curriculum? How about why sex is important at all in human existence -- and how important it is.
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Rick Salutin | Bullying (or what it ineptly refers to) and sexuality aren't sidelines to juggle so that the real task of taking arid tests like this week's EQAO exams can occur.
Blog
Lindsay Beyerstein | Crisis Pregnancy Centers in New York City may soon have to level with the public about their real agenda.
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Lindsay Beyerstein | This week's health care news was full of mind-bending paradoxes: prostate health is girly, abstinence-only education works through failure and more.
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Eric Mang | Charles McVety has no concerns about frightening children with tales of demons and hellfire, but teach kids about homosexuality? Perish the thought.