The new document offers responses to a controversial new sheet that to Canadian teachers, entitled “Objections to Anti-Homophobia Curriculum in Schools?” The sheet offers “quick responses” to common objections given by parents who object to the treatment of homosexuality in their child’s school curriculum.
In a letter to the Burnaby Now outlining the problems with thedraft policy, Seebaran, :“The board has lifted large segments of the existing policies and applied themto the proposed new policy. It seems redundant to create a whole new policy thatcould be easily subsumed into a more inclusive, comprehensive one.”
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The most common student-specific scholarships are . The Xerox Technical Minority Scholarship, for example, provides funding specifically to minority students pursuing a BS, MS or PhD in a technical science or engineering discipline. Also, have become more available as Hispanicadvocacy groups have begun to raise awareness about low numbers of Hispanic studentsgoing to college. should also feel confident about applyingto American colleges, as there are existing scholarships reserved for them.
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Meanwhile, a legal battle has been raging in Massachusetts for several yearsover a school that teaches about homosexuality to kindergartners withoutparental permission. Homosexual activists filed a friend-of-the-court brief inthe case, claiming they have the right to teach their doctrine to grade-schoolstudents regardless of the students’ religious beliefs and without theirparents consent.
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For instance, until two parent groups hired Liberty Counsel lawyers to stopit, a Maryland school district curriculum was about to teach 8th- and10th-graders that Jesus condoned homosexuality because He never mentioned it byname, that Christians often use the Bible to justify hatred and that beinghomosexual is similar to being left-handed.
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Parents of city school children may only hope for better results than thoseof other school districts across the nation that have adopted similar policies.
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And in Kentucky’s Boyd County school district, all students and faculty areunder a court order to attend diversity sessions that normalize homosexuality,after the school lost a court battle to prevent a student homosexual rightsgroup from forming on campus.
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She confirmed that her office has received more than 100 complaints fromparents about the inclusion of gay and lesbian history in the schools’calendar. . . .