Session 2 of the P.E.A.C.E. "Guiding Through the Sex-Ed Confusion" parent support webinar.
Session 1 - Part B of the P.E.A.C.E. "Guiding Through the Sex-Ed Confusion" parent support webinar.
Parent response at a sex-ed meeting in Scarborough on Tuesday was confirmation that many in the public do not want a revised Ontario curriculum released until issues are addressed.
Toronto, Monday June 3, 2013 – OPHEA’s (Ontario Physical and Health Education Association) summary document, ‘It’s Time to Take Action for Ontario’s Kids’, claims students are being disadvantaged because of a curriculum that is 15 years old. The document states that “kids are using out-of-date strategies to deal with drug use, Schools lack the support they need to help students in distress (mental health problems), Students need to learn about healthy eating, and only 7% of children are meeting Canada’s physical activity guidelines of 60 Continue reading →