Happy spring equinox

Woodard, Joe
April 1996
Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;4/15/96, Vol. 23 Issue 18, p31
Looks at the study by a student organization in Calgary, Alberta, which announced that an overwhelming majority of the city's high school students want to secularize the school calendar. Examples including the desire to remove all references to the Christian Christmas and Easter; David Quayat, 17, head of the Student Task Force on Racial Ethics; Open hostility from some minority students; Methodological problems with the study.


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