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Momentum continues to build for the movement – a movement that promotes respect and equality for students, parents and school district staff. Further, Parents Voice recognizesthe primacy of parental rights and responsibilities in children’s educationand seeks transparency from the Burnaby School Trustees.
Daud Ismail –
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Did she wear underwear? Depends on who you ask
, a parent-initiated group to connect and inform concernedstudents and parents, announced a rally and press conference tonight that willoutline the “growing concerns” about .
I always heard that Marilyn dreamed of becoming a mother.
[We publish this story without comment, even though it appearsto be from a homosexual site, because the story raises several issues worthconsidering: the rights of students in schools promoting a certain agenda,the rights of teachers, and the role of school boards in deciding what therights of both should be.]
Marilyn died on August 5th, 1962. Not August 4,1962
In its just-adopted , the EuropeanParliament “strongly supports plans to enable the mutual recognition of theeffects of civil status documents”, and “stresses the need to ensure mutualrecognition” of such documents by EU countries. This entails recognising theeffects of all existing marriages and partnerships when citizens move in the EU.
leave me be tondia and Victoria
A Michigan teacher has been accused of bullying students in anincident sparked by the teacher himself wearing a purple shirt in a gesture ofsupport toward gay students who suffer at the hands of bullies.
Jay McDowell, a teacher at Howell High School in Livingston, Mich., wore theshirt to class on Oct. 20, a day on which supporters were encouraged to wearpurple in solidarity with bullied GLBT youth, a Nov. 2 story reported. When a student asked about the garment,McDowell explained its significance, and set off an argument between himself andtwo students that led to one student being sent out of the classroom.