Wallace, Dale
September 2012
Alberta Views;Sep2012, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p36
In this article the author discusses how "opt-out" legislation is affecting public education in Canada. A recent amendment to the Alberta's Human Rights, Citizenship & Multiculturalism Act had been designed for K-12 classes explicitly concerned with religion, sexuality or sexual orientation. This particular Bill 44 amendment to the Human Rights Act had already stirred controversy.


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