There are three ways you can get involved.
Go to this link: https://www.ontario.ca/page/for-the-parents
Telephone Town Halls
As you respond through the various means to this consultation, here are a few thoughts about principles for the sexual education curriculum, as well as ideas for the Parents’ Bill of Rights. We encourage you to use these ideas, expand on them, and present them in your own words.
As always, please remember to keep your comments respectful. We want to ensure that our voices are heard for their content, and not ignored because of tone.
Thank you for engaging with this consultation process and sharing your thoughts with our leaders!
We’ve created five specific recommendations for the Ontario sex ed curriculum.
A brief description of each recommendation is found below.
We recommend including at least one very practical suggestion.
The ‘Parents’ Bill of Rights’
The Ontario government is seeking feedback on the creation of a new ‘Parents’ Bill of Rights.’ What follows are some ideas you can use to respond:
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that “Parents have a prior right to choose the kind of education that shall be given to their children.” (Article 26, section 3).
Further, under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, parents have the right to pass their religion on to their children, and the liberty to raise their children as they see fit.
The following are some principles that we suggest should guide the creation of a Parents’ Bill of Rights
Read this section on ‘Education Reform’ from our recent Election Report.
Did you take part in our 5-step Campaign? Once you’ve completed the Ontario Consultations, select one of the 5 EasyMails below to make sure your concerns are shared with your MPP as well!