Candidates Run in Ontario Trustee Elections to Remove Politics, Ideology From Classrooms

A number of Ontarians concerned about “political activism” in public schools have decided to step up to run for school board trustee in the upcoming municipal elections, in the hopes of not only calling attention to this and other issues but also to bring about change.
With the elections just over a month away on Oct. 24, The Epoch Times spoke with several candidates running for the job of trustee on various school boards in the province. All expressed a desire to remove politics and ideology from the classroom in favour of a more centrist and neutral approach.
“I don’t want far-right ideology in schools. I don’t want far-left ideology in schools. I want schools to be politically neutral,” said Natasha Miklos, a candidate in the Kitchener municipality of the Waterloo Region District School Board (WRDSB)….

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