Crandall partnership with public school district draws complaint

July 5, 2017

A partnership between Anglophone School District South and Crandall University, a private university in New Brunswick, that saw staff directed to complete a Masters of Education at Crandall has drawn criticism from the community. A complaint from a parent of a student enrolled in a school under ASDS takes issue with Crandall’s employment policy, which allegedly does not recognize same-sex marriage. “To partner, in any matter, with an institution like Crandall University, that has openly discriminatory practices and views towards the LGBTQ community is offensive and unacceptable,” said Gail Costello, the co-chair of New Brunswick Pride in Education Committee. CBC