A queue of parents crowded into the hallway of a small international college in downtown Vancouver June 17 only to be turned away from a meeting of their own parent advisory council (PAC).
The meeting follows the Vancouver School Board’s June 16 adoption of revisions to its anti-homophobia policy to better protect trans students.
Cheryl Chang, the chair of Lord Byng Secondary’s PAC, told all parents who were not on an executive list that they would be barred from the meeting. Once inside, Chang and a slate of her candidates were elected to another term in PAC leadership…[go to site tom read more]
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