Experts say the province’s newly released sex-ed curriculum is stirring up fresh confusion about what teachers can and cannot tell students when classes resume next month.
The lesson plan is meant to temporarily replace a now-repealed modernized version put in place by the former Liberal government in 2015.
It was delivered to school boards and posted online Wednesday after repeated requests from educators who sought clarity on the issue.
The chair of Canada’s largest school board says the government should spell out the differences between the interim lesson plan and the one it’s replacing.
Robin Pilkey of the Toronto District School Board says staff are currently trying to figure out how they compare.