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The Seven Virtues of Queer-friendly Schools Open Access
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At first glance this may seem paradoxical title for an article, since for many, the notion of virtue and queer are concepts that can’t be reconciled. However, with an increasing emphasis on the return to character and moral-based education in Canadian public schools, critical perspectives are often left behind in favour of educational programs that claim to promote a virtuous education via the development of good character and sound moral fiber.
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Wells, K. (2005). The Seven Virtues of Queer-friendly Schools. The Post, Fall Issue.
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