TheWorld: Teachers back gays

February 1979
Body Politic;Feb79, Issue 50, p17
Reports on the declaration by the New South Wales Teachers' Federation in 1979 that homosexual teachers have a necessary role to play in sex education in the schools. Policy adopted by the Federation opposing discrimination on the grounds of sex, sexuality or marital status.


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