新州工党领袖卢克•福利反对“安全学校”计划NSW Labor leader Luke Foley opposes Safe Schools

由于工党领导人们对这一计划的观点不一,“安全学校”计划的去向充满了不确定性。新州工党领袖卢克•福利(Luke Foley)反对该计划在新州重新实行。

这位反对党领袖拒绝了“工党如在新州执政,将重启性别和性别多元化计划”的说法,认为该计划对阻止欺凌行为没有什么作用。

“我想明确表态,安全学校计划将不会返回,”福利先生告诉悉尼的《每日电讯报》。

“学校有阻止欺凌的角色——但我不会让来自一个大学社会学部门的某些理论来担任这个角色。这无助于阻止欺凌行为。”

The future of the Safe Schools program is up in the air with Labor leaders split on the program and NSW Labor leader Luke Foley ruling out supporting its reintroduction.

The NSW Opposition Leader has rejected a return of the sexual and gender diversity program under a NSW Labor government, arguing that it does little to stop bullying.

“I want to be clear, the Safe Schools program will not return,” Mr Foley told The Daily Telegraph in Sydney.

“Schools have a role to stop bullying — but what I won’t have is some theory that comes from a university sociology course doing it. That’s not helping to stop bullying.”

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新州工党领袖卢克•福利(Luke Foley)

“安全学校”计划由其支持者作为反欺凌工具索取政府资助,目的是为同性吸引、性别多元化的学生提高学校的包容性。该计划自实施以来,被认为将激进的性别理论引入课堂而受到批评,另一些人则认为该计划意在促进性别和性别多元化,而非遏制欺凌。

联邦为这个“反同性恋恐惧症计划”提供的资金已于十月份结束,如果州政府希望继续执行或起草自己的计划,则由州政府负责出资。

新州教育部长罗布•斯托克斯(Rob Stokes)与塔斯马尼亚州的霍奇曼(Hodgman)政府一起,在四月份取消了该计划,两州都以更广泛的反欺凌计划取而代之。

The Safe Schools program is billed by its proponents as an anti-bullying tool that aims to boost a sense of inclusiveness at school for same-sex attracted, -intersex and gender-diverse ¬students. It has been criticised for introducing radical gender ¬theory into classrooms, while others have targeted its architects for promoting sexual and gender diversity rather than stamping out bullying.

Federal funding for the anti-homophobia program ended in October, leaving state governments responsible for funding it if they wanted it to continue or to draft their own programs.

NSW Education Minister Rob Stokes scrapped the program in April along with Tasmania’s Hodgman government, with both states replacing it with a broader anti-bullying program.

工党当政的各州已表态继续资助安全学校计划,包括南澳州、澳首都地区和维州。维州的安德鲁斯政府则承诺全面资助自己版本的安全学校计划。

昆州州长安纳斯塔西亚(AnnastaciaPaluszczuk)排除了对该计划进行资助,让学校自主决定是否参与并自主出资。

维州反对党(自由党)抓住福利先生的意见、质疑维州州长丹尼尔•安德鲁斯(Daniel Andrews)对该计划的支持,他这一立场将影响明年的州议会选举。“新州工党已经承认,‘安全学校’是具破坏性、属于意识形态的,并宣布它在学校没有一席之地。但在丹尼尔•安德鲁斯的维州,‘安全学校’是所有州立中学的必修教育,”反对党教育发言人蒂姆•史密斯(Tim Smith)说。

Labor states have shown a willingness to continue funding the Safe Schools program, including South Australia and the ACT, and Victoria where the -Andrews government committed to fully funding its own version of the program.

Queensland Premier Annastacia Paluszczuk has ruled out funding the program, leaving schools who want to take part to fund their involvement through their own finances.

The Victorian opposition has seized on Mr Foley’s comments to question Premier Daniel ¬Andrews’s support for the program that is expected to become an issue at next year’s state election. “NSW Labor has acknowledged that Safe Schools is damaging and ideological and declared it has no place in schools. But in Daniel Andrews’s Victoria, Safe Schools is compulsory in all state secondary schools,” opposition education spokesman Tim Smith said.

“(他们)已经承认丹尼尔•安德鲁斯(Daniel Andrews)拒绝承认的:‘安全学校’计划必须被‘彻底废除’”。

史密斯先生说,他(如上任)将像新州一样,用一个更广泛的反欺凌计划来取代该计划。

尽管在新州被移除,该计划的某些内容仍然顽固存在。上周,由家长组织的“你教我们的孩子是什么?(You’re Teaching Our Children What?)”机构成员,对新州教师联合会网站上仍然存在该计划的链接表示担忧。

新州教育部长斯托克斯先生曾在8月份被迫介入,当时新州教育标准管理局网站发布了针对一年级到十年级学生的“性与性健康指南”。

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新州教育部长斯托克斯 Rob Stokes

“(They) have acknowledged what Daniel Andrews refuses to: that the Safe Schools program must be ‘gone for good’.”

Mr Smith said he would ¬replace the program with a broader anti-bullying program, as NSW has done.

Despite its removal in NSW, elements of the program have persisted. Last week, members of parent-run advocacy group You’re Teaching Our Children What? expressed concerns that links to the program were still available on the NSW Teachers Federation website.

Mr Stokes was forced to intervene in August when a guide on “sexuality and sexual health orientation” for Year 1 to 10 was posted on the NSW Education Standards Authority website.