The government's back down from a new school curriculum is being hailed as a victory for parents.
(Peru)—[Lifesitenews.com] Following protests of over a million Peruvians, the Peruvian government has withdrawn a national school curriculum denounced by parents for its inclusion of gender ideology. (Photo: Peruvians protest gender ideology in schools/via LifeSiteNews.com)
Peru's Department of Education announced in a November 24 statement that the 2009 version of the National Curriculum would be reinstated in the nation's schools. The 2009 curriculum does not have the gender ideology elements contained in the 2016 version approved for 2017.
The parents' group organized under the hashtag #ConMisHijosNoTeMetas (Don't you mess with my children) called the move "new victory for parents."
Population Research Institute's Latin American researcher Sergio Burga concurred in a statement to ACI Prensa translated by National Catholic Register, saying that the Department of Education's decision to reverse 2016 curriculum was "a great victory for the thousands of parents represented by #ConMisHijosNoTeMetas."
Peru's Department of Education had approved the 2017 National Curriculum for Basic Education in late 2016 amidst criticism from parents...
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