Among the report’s recommendations: (their own summary bolded)
Funding for training teachers in RSE and SPHE should be guaranteed and ring-fenced.
Make sure the teachers are on message. Block all thought crime.
The SPHE curriculum, published in 1999, should be updated and delivered to students at an earlier age.
How early? It is likely that we would follow the example of Britain. As a post-colonial society we must ‘always keep a hold of nurse for fear of finding something worse’. That means from the age of 4 children must be taught that 1 to 3% of a population (homosexuals) represents a ‘norm’. And later when they are ready for it that 2+2=5.
The RSE curriculum should be updated to reflect modern views on gender and identity. It should be taught in an age-appropriate and developmentally appropriate manner.
Gender is a construct and sex, well, we can fix that too.
The Department of Education and Skills should consider transferring oversight of curriculum delivery to the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment. It also should consider allowing primary teachers to specialise in SPHE.
We need Information control. There is too much loose talk.
External providers of RSE instruction should be regulated by the Department of Education and Skills, or the Health Service Executive, to ensure consistency and accuracy of information provided to students.
Just in case that rednecks down the country might bring in trained instructors that would reflect the ethos of the community. That might be a problem with the Muslims.
• The Education Act 1998 should be reviewed to ensure that religious or institutional ethos cannot be cited as a barrier to teaching RSE and SPHE objectively and factually. Any legislative amendments required should come before the Oireachtas by late 2019.
We need to get rid of Catholic management in the schools or at least hobble them significantly. Irish Times, Irish Independent, RTE etc. over to you. Let the info war begin.
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Matt. 5:13 -
“Ye are the salt of the earth: but if the salt have lost his savour, wherewith shall it be salted? it is thenceforth good for nothing, but to be cast out, and to be trodden under foot of men.”