A dramatic turning away from the Labor party over the course of the federal election campaign is a win for religious freedom and parents’ rights, the Australian Christian Lobby said tonight.
The Australian Christian Lobby is calling on the Labor Party to clarify their policy on religious freedom for faith-based schools.
Victorian teachers are increasingly becoming too uncomfortable and feeling “entirely out of their depth” when teaching Victoria’s explicit sex education curriculum. This is leading to public schools outsourcing the lessons to organisations like Family Planning Victoria, a leading abortion advocate, who promote sexual relations between students.
The Victorian Education Minister, James Merlino’s triumphant claims at the ALP State Conference on the weekend, that the Safe Schools program has been introduced into 98 per cent of Victorian secondary schools,will be deeply concerning to parents in Victoria,warns the Australian Christian Lobby.
The Australian Christian Lobby welcomes the desire of the new South Australian Labor leader, Peter Malinauskas, to listen to South Australians.
Many Northern Territorians will be today wondering how the Territorian Government agreed to take on the funding of the controversial so-called Safe Schools program which teaches radical gender theory but is being touted as an anti-bullying program.
The South Australian Election will be held in under two weeks on the 17th March. Labor Premier Jay Weatherill, the Opposition Leader Steven Marshall and the Nick Xenophon led SA Best Party battle it out for who lead SA for the next four years.
Only a few days out from the election and Labor has still not responded to our questionnaire on behalf of its candidates.
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Opposition to the so called ‘Safe Schools’ gender theory program has reached a new level in Victoria with thousands of parents now calling for their right to pull their kids out of classes teaching this controversial material.
South Australian parents would welcome a promise by SA Liberals to scrap the State Government-sponsored Safe Schools program in favour of a more comprehensive and holistic anti-bullying program.
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