Don’t put anti-vaccine messages in my kid’s lunch box – The Globe and Mail

If you found a publication in your kid’s school bag, sent by the school, would it be reasonable for you to assume that its content is endorsed by the school that sent it? Or at the very least approved?

A few weeks ago, I found a glossy magazine called Le Droit (“Family” edition) in my son’s bag – thrown between lunch leftovers, some art work and other school documents. Colourful and sleek, it caught my attention. To my great surprise, a lead article featured on the cover was titled: For and Against Vaccination.

Source: Don’t put anti-vaccine messages in my kid’s lunch box – The Globe and Mail

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