Monday, September 21, 2015
Ontario father pushes for change after his 9-year-old was exposed to porn on a school computer
CAMBRIDGE, ON, September 21, 2015 (LifeSiteNews) – After parents reported that elementary school students are accessing pornography, racist and obscene material on school computers, a Waterloo Region District School Board trustee has filed a motion to amend the board’s religious accommodation policy so parents can request school-based computer filtering.
Trustee Cindy Watson’s September 14 motion was motivated by Cambridge father-of-four Jacob Reaume’s assertion that, among other incidents, children in Grade 2 had accessed video images on school computers of a couple having sex.
“I’m asking that our religious accommodation policy be amended to include technology and devices,” Watson told LifeSiteNews, “so that if a parent wants an accommodation, they’re able to say, ‘I would like my son or daughter’s [school device] with the filtering on it.’” (more...)