Skip to comments.Transgendered teacher, Catholic school in a legal duel
Posted on 10/25/2009 3:42:44 PM PDT by redreno
A complaint has been filed by a transgendered substitute teacher against a Catholic school board in Canada.
Jan Buterman was a substitute teacher for St. Albert Catholic Schools in Edmonton, Alberta, before announcing that she was going through the process to become a "he." Dave Quist, executive director of the Institute of Marriage and Family - Canada, offers insight on the incident.
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Coming to a school near you.....
It’s all about non-discrimination and equal rights ya know.
Buterman has since filed a complaint before the Alberta Human Rights Tribunal for her dismissal — and reports that in the midst of her challenge to the Catholic school board, there are other secular schools where she might apply. She argues that public employers do not have a right to make employment decisions based on tenets of faith.
Quist explains that the Catholic Church operates some public schools for the government “and receives public funds based on the number of children that they have in their classrooms — and so they are receiving public tax dollars.” In light of this, however, Quist argues that when parents sign their children up to attend a school within the Catholic school district, “they know exactly what they're going into.”
IT has a point. When you take GOVENMENT money you are obligated to government regulations. Next will have a quota for trans-gendered teachers!
I guess private schools in Canada will now need to more carefully screen their future employees.
Racists may hate but other races don't gross them out.
It won't matter. The goal here is to force religious schools into giving up their religious freedom and to hire those that violate it. This is nothing but an assault on what little religious freedom remains in Canada.
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