This is really about religious intolerance
RE: It’s time for one school system (July 13)
This article talks about diversity and democracy so long as religion isn’t included. I think it’s more democratic to have a choice of which school your tax dollars go toward. And, yes, for those who care to vote, you do have that choice.
The writer is against amalgamating the four secular schools in his area, but eagerly points out the economic value of amalgamating the public and separate schools. Even if there was only one school system, amalgamation of all the schools in his area would still be on the table, regardless of the supposed siphoning effect.
This is really about religious intolerance … judging by the use of the derogatory term “indoctrination” to describe the Catholic schools religious teachings.
What would you expect in a faith based school system? Jordan Peterson calls public education organizations “indoctrination camps” that promote “social constructivist ideological nonsense.”
Maybe that’s part of the reason public schools are being forced to amalgamate. Chris Asimoudis, Ancaster