Blueprint for Canada K-12 Education Platform
How critical race theory (CRT) destroy schools and organizations.
"I loved my job and I leave with no regrets, but I’m sincerely worried about what the future holds under our current public education system." Full article by Bil Nolin. (A recently retired teacher.)
Note: Blueprint for Canada is a shared platform for public education policy in Canada developed by parents, educators, and concerned citizens. It is understood that we cannot realistically expect every school board trustee candidate to support every position taken. An endorsement of the platform should therefore be considered to mean that the candidate supports the vast majority (80% or more) of these policy positions. Individual candidates may vary in their support of specific policy proposals, and we fully support their right to do so.
Let's start by making great public schools for all of Canada's kids!
More emphasis on personal finance, computer skills, tech, and sciences.
Scientifically validated methods for teaching i.e. phonics (reading) and memorization (math skills)
Make Schools Safer
Reverse recent bans on police officers in schools.
Keeps Schools Open
E-learning is far less effective than in-person instruction. We'll work to keep schools open for your children.
Prohibit sole-source contracts. Strengthen policies which prevent conflict of interest.
Respecting Parental Rights
We will survey parents annually on important issues.
Honour the rights of parents. Hear and respond to concerns in a fair, non judgemental way.
No mandatory masks or COVID shots
We will support parental rights to choose if they wish to have their children vaccinated for COVID.
Zero tolerance for racism or discrimination against students of any background in the classroom.
Building Strong Communities
We will work hard to make our schools a key part of strong communities.
Supporting Mental Health
Teach children mental health strategies which emphasize resilience for long term benefits.
It's also time to remove extremist political ideology from the classroom.
What is "Woke Ideology"?
Diversity can be a strength... but only if it is implemented in ways which don't divide people.Read More
The problem with "Equity"
Equality of opportunity or equality of outcome... and at what cost?Read More
Respecting Student's Sex Based Rights in Public Schools
Students must have the right to access single sex based facilities in our schools.Read More
Teaching of "Gender Ideology" in Public Schools
There are two theories on the nature of gender. Why are schools not teaching both?Read More
Sane Spaces not Safe Spaces
Free speech and the dangers of promoting "Victimhood culture".Read More
Changing the narrative around "Colonialism"
It's time our public schools told the full truth about the colonial period.Read More
A Tale of Two Flags
The traditional Pride flag and the Progress flag symbolize very different ideas.Read More
Now let's deal with a few other important issues...
We need less tech in the classroom
Evidence is mounting for a return to paper, pencils, cursive handwriting, and books.Read More
Fitness programs at school
Let's work toward at least 30 min per day of physical activity in our schools.Read More
It's time to build unity in Canada's K-12 public schools... not division!
Anti-woke training resources for parents, teachers, staff, and students.
One handy flowchart compares the rise of classical Marxism with contempory forms based on identity politics along with their cultural manifestations.
A single page handout explores the uncanny similarities between "Woke" ideology and religous cults.
Recommended resources for parents and educators. (External links)
The ultimate site for those seeking to understand the philosophical roots of woke ideology.
We fostering three key principles: open inquiry, viewpoint diversity, and constructive disagreement.
FAIR advocates for diversity based on uniting people rather than dividing them.