Tuesday, 22 April 2014

The Independent: The Return Of Section 28

Although the hook here appears to be an NUT vote story, one wonders if the Independent are aware they first reported on  about this research by the British Humanist Assocation last August?

And the following day the BHA reported that already; 'a large number of the schools concerned have removed the relevant statements or have committed to reviewing their policies.
'The BHA is aware that the majority of the schools have removed or revised their sex and relationships education policies.'

So you could say it's gone down...

1 comment:

  1. So all is well. Teachers and pupils in schools that removed these policies can obviously be confident that gay people will be treated fairly and for example, gay sex will be fully and frankly discussed in sex education classes. Not.

    It seems to me that these practices cannot be mentioned too often.