Parents for Choice in Education concludes that more research must be done to ensure that Bill 10 will actually result in safer schools and healthier students, as the polar opposite, great harm, may in fact be the outcome of this poorly researched and rapidly passed legislation.
Parents for Choice in education offers a new tool to all education stakeholders:
This paper investigates the origin of the foundational works that were used to support the premise that led the Alberta Government to develop and pass Bill 10. Grave issues with the material foundation upon which Bill 10 was based are identified, including the fact that preliminary research was not sufficient and all essential stakeholders, especially parents, not included.
A child's greatest allies are his or her parents. By removing parents from involvement in the development, implementation, and even knowledge of anti-bullying clubs in schools, we risk great harm to children gay and straight, because we isolate these children from those who love them most at a time when they are exploring the most intimate and private matters of their sexuality.
Parents for Choice in Education concludes that more research must be done to ensure that Bill 10 will actually result in safer schools and healthier students. We are concerned that by stripping parents of their involvement may result in the polar opposite: great harm may in fact be the outcome of this poorly researched and rapidly passed legislation.