Topical issues included in Ontario's new curriculum such as sexting, consent and sexual orientation mean the province will have the most up-to-date sexual-health education in Canada, according to an expert.(Reuters) Come September, teachers across Ontario can sit down with their students with a revamped sexual-education curriculum that finally brings the province up to date with the rest of the country and no longer leaves them "in the dark.” Ontario’s curriculum hadn’t been renewed since 1998, making it the oldest in Canada.
Geordy Mc Caffrey - Executive Director-Gabriel Dumont Institute SUNTEP was established in 1980- and it's the result of a period of time when First Nations and Métis people realized that they needed better representation in schools and they also realized that we were underrepresented- in terms of economic participation, participation in the labour market, high school graduation rates and educational attainment levels…
"Sharing private sexual photos or posting sexual comments online is unacceptable and also illegal," the curriculum says.
A rebooted sexual-education curriculum, however, may not necessarily make for easy teaching.
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