The Saskatchewan Education ministry has announced new policies regarding sex education and pronoun use in schools. Under the new policies, parents must be informed about the Sexual Health Education curriculum and have the option to decline their children's participation. Additionally, schools must obtain parental consent before allowing students under 16 to change their preferred name and pronouns. The changes were driven by parental concerns and aim to ensure that policies are standardized across school divisions. The ministry has also called for a review of educational resources related to sexual health education.
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