On Tuesday, the McGuinty government announced it is asking for
parents' input for its rollout of a revised sex ed program next fall.
Was McGuinty right to backdown on the original curriculum? Or was he just ducking the ire of protective parents? Whose place is it to talk to our kids about subjects like homosexuality and anal sex?
Join the conversation Wednesday at 1 p.m. as Globe writers Judith Timson, Kathy Dobson, (who
blogged about the issue) and Erin Anderssen (who wrote about
how parents can tackle the subject of sex) debate the role of schools in a child's sexual education.
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