Prince George trustees reject anti-homophobia policy

Christopher, Nathaniel
March 2012
Xtra West (Vancouver);3/22/2012, Issue 485, p16
The article reports that Prince George school board in British Columbia plans to improve existing policies that deal with gay issues, sexual orientation, and bullying, instead of just adopting anti-homophobia policy alone.


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