Toronto school’s sex-ed strike surges in second week: a third of students still out

TORONTO, September 15, 2015 (LifeSiteNews) – An unprecedented 30-day student school “strike” to protest the Ontario Liberal government’s controversial sex-ed curriculum entered its second week on a surge of strength.

The “No school in September” protest at elementary Thorncliffe Park Public School drew international media attention when parents in the predominately Muslim community pulled about half the students, or an estimated 700 children, out of the school on the first day of class.

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