As students head back to school in less than two weeks, things will be different. The Ford Government has released a revised sex ed curriculum with broad consultations beginning in September.
The Ford Government says as of next month, they will be holding public consultations across the province, to see what parents would like their children to learn in schools.
The public consultations will also include an online survey.
The Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario released a statement in response calling the online survey a snitch line.
Union president Sam Hammond says the government is misrepresenting what is happening in public schools and “manufacturing a crisis” instead of addressing issues like school underfunding.
Ford has said if teachers continue to teach the new sex ed curriculum the province will act.
There’s no word what type of consequences teachers could face.