Just The Facts: Ontario's Sex Ed Curriculum

Dec 8, 2018

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12:00pm–2:00pm
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Ontario’s provincial government is currently in the midst of building a new Health and Physical Education curriculum, which includes subjects such as mental health, sexual health education and the legalization of cannabis. This move has resulted in a widespread, vocal public response, and has prompted the province to invite public input through a consultation – which is open until 15th December. Come out to attend an expert panel, moderated discussion and Q&A for just the facts: what are the differences between the old and new Ontario Sex Ed curricula?

This event is being hosted by the Toronto Science Policy Network (TSPN) and RCIScience, with support from the University of Toronto’s Student Initiative Fund.

Location

Debates Room (2nd floor); Hart House
7 Hart House Circle
Toronto
M5S 3H3
2018-12-08 17:00:00 2018-12-08 19:00:00 UTC Just The Facts: Ontario's Sex Ed Curriculum Ontario’s provincial government is currently in the midst of building a new Health and Physical Education curriculum, which includes subjects such as mental health, sexual health education and the legalization of cannabis. This move has resulted in a widespread, vocal public response, and has prompted the province to invite public input through a consultation – which is open until 15th December. Come out to attend an expert panel, moderated discussion and Q&A for just the facts: what are the differences between the old and new Ontario Sex Ed curricula?This event is being hosted by the Toronto Science Policy Network (TSPN) and RCIScience, with support from the University of Toronto’s Student Initiative Fund. 7 Hart House Circle - Debates Room (2nd floor); Hart House to.scipolicynetwork@gmail.com
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