All the stories that the CIA publishes on things like Day of Pink are the tip of the iceberg. The CIA with the help of numerous parent helpers is only getting a few percent of what is really happening on the special event days and clubs. As well, we are missing what is happening in the daily curriculum that is hidden from parents – the so-called “hidden curriculum”
The story at bottom from Lifesitenews is amazing. The disdain this teacher has for parents is immense.
The sad thing is that ALL the things she is hiding in the rest of math/reading/science curriculum will actually be in the Catholic sex ed curriculum this fall. Remember, Minister Sandals said: “while the Catholic school system will be able to provide “commentary”on the government-mandated sex-ed through its own family life program, it won’t be allowed to change anything and must “deliver” the sex-ed as written.”
So, a lesbian (or straight) activist OECTA teacher could teach this upcoming fall EXACTLY what Teacher Gunn taught (see story below) in various subjects and on random days. “Exemption” would be impossible.
DGPE is a UOttawa organization that OCSB is tightly coupled with, that does “social justice math”. So, OCSB has already bought into the whole cross-curricular social justice idea. What not gay “marriage” social justice math?
http://www.developingaglobalperspective.ca/who-is-afraid/ Who is afraid of Activist Teachers
More social justice math:
On the same day that the Gay Social Justice math story came out, this story on the huge amount of $$ parents are now spending on Kumon etc because “social justice math” just get children confused and forgetting about the actual MATH!
Lesbian: I use math class to teach young kids about homosexuality so I can ‘hide’ it from parents
One conference attendee asked Gunn what to do about parents who do not support the LGBTQ movement, mentioning how parents once told her not to involve their child in the pro-homosexual ‘Day of Pink.’
Gunn mocked the parents for failing to realize just how extensive are pro-LGBTQ issues in the classroom and curriculum.
“And it’s not one day a year,” she said. “If you don’t want to send your kid to school on the Day of Pink, that’s OK. But they’re going to get it all the days before. They would have got it in September, and they’re going to get it after. So, one day? We’re not about one day.”
Gunn’s workshop partner Hiren Mistry, Instructional Coordinator for Equity & Inclusive Education in the Peel District School Board, put it this way: “Equity is not an add-on, it is the foundation of everything.”