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Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 24-Mar-2018 to 30-Mar-2018.

Freedom of Thought in the US: On the Origin of Humanist Education in the United States

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen The American educational system developed from European education, where humanism affected the establishment of schools (Koopman, 1987). Under the affluence, social and political organization, and increased communication of Western Europe, enlightened education revived interest in the Humanist classics of Greco-Roman cultures, where humanism had been taken for … Continue reading

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Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 27-Jan-2018 to 2-Feb-2018.

In Conversation with Lita Bablitz on a Two-Tier Education System

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Scott Douglas Jacobsen: You have been in some of the Canadian news cycle over blogging what you term a two-tier system with some educational provisions inaccessible to families with tight budgets. The province made an announcement about cuts to school fees, especially with two sons riding on the … Continue reading

Janet French on the Catholic Education System

Image Credit: PxHere. Janet French is a Reporter for the Edmonton Journal. Here we talk about Catholic education and the sex ed curriculum. By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Scott Douglas Jacobsen: How did they currently come to the controversy in sex ed? What is some of the history of it? Janet French: It … Continue reading

In the Heart of the Catholic Education Trans Controversy – Anonymous Interview with Trans Child Mother

Image Credit: Wikipedia. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: What were some of the first moments of strange responses from the school and the community, if any, about the young trans student, your child? Mother of Trans Child: There were no strange responses from the community at all. Her friends thought nothing of … Continue reading

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