Monday, November 28, 2016

Some MPPs still have principles

I am happy to see that MPP Monte McNaughton is still speaking out against Kathleen Wynne's radical sex-ed curriculum. Nice to know that McNaughton still stands behind his principles on the subject.

Unlike Patrick Brown, he of throwing-us-under-the bus fame.

November 28, 2016


Did you catch Christina Blizzard's article in the Toronto Sun this weekend? Her article, entitled Parents Opting for Private Schools over sex-ed curriculum, revealed just the latest chapter in Kathleen Wynne’s ongoing sex-education controversy:

127 new private schools have opened in Ontario since 2015.  

127 new schools for parents who believe that the public system cannot give their children the education they wish their children to receive. How do I know that the spike in enrollments is related to the sex-ed issue? Well, because parents all over Ontario have been telling me this for the past year, and I have been listening.

This afternoon at Queen’s Park, I asked Education Minister Mitzie Hunter to release the full statistics on how many students have left the public school system for the private system, the total enrollment in those private schools, as well as the total number of private schools operating in Ontario annually since 2006.

The people of Ontario deserve to know just how much Premier Kathleen Wynne has fractured the public education system with the reckless way her new sex-education curriculum was developed and implemented.
Thank you for your continued support on this important issue.

Yours sincerely,
Monte McNaughton, MPP

PS: If you haven't seen it yet, have a look at this article from last month in which I reiterated my position on the sex-education curriculum. I continue to believe that parents will be heard on this important issue.

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