Bill Shorten sticks up for Safe Schools program

The Australian, Cut and Paste, May 19, 2016.

Anti-bullying, or else! Bill Shorten is all in with the Safe Schools agenda, yesterday:

I don’t want politicians trying to dictate books kids read in school or their curriculum. That’s what we’ve got teachers and experts for.

Leave it to the “experts” to dictate, then. Safe Schools co-ordinator Roz Ward, quoted in The Australian, March 22:

When people do complain then school leadership can very calmly and graciously say, ‘You know what? We’re doing it anyway, tough luck’! (It’s) not about celebrating diversity; not about stopping bullying. (It’s) about gender and sexual diversity.

And definitely don’t let parents have a say. Safe Schools manager Joel Radcliffe, from the same article:

Parents … seem to have a lot of power (in) schools. Parents don’t have the power to shut this down.

Source: http://www.theaustralian.com.au/opinion/cutandpaste/bill-shorten-sticks-up-for-safe-schools-program/news-story/b6ce8b2d6e291929f285619d2d59bea6

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  • Sam Kostoulias

    No teacher decides what sex program they are going to teach my kids. Leave the kids alone you mongrels. They are just kids they are being bombarded every day with rubbish. It is difficult enough as it is for them.
    I have no problem with the gays as long as they keep to themselves. They should not be bullied. They should not be assaulted at all. However the sexual gender rubbish there is no heed to put ideas in kids minds. They are kids let them grow you sick individuals. How much more pressure is there going to have to be put on them.
    We are all better having our kids growing up understanding the fundamentals in life before you throw this sort of stuff at them. They dont understand it in their late teens. Hands of you self centred creeps.

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