SOGI123 was brought in by the B.C. government last fall to help teachers create inclusive classrooms for LGBT students.
Supporters and opponents rallied for and agasinst it Monday in Vancouver and Victoria.
SOGI 123 was introduced as a pilot project last year and was rolled out B.C.-wide in September.
According to the program’s website, it provides tools for teachers to create inclusive classrooms where students of all sexual orientations and gender identities feel safe.
The program has generated controversy, and pro- and anti-SOGI rallies have been held in Langley and other Lower Mainland communities. Rallies were held Monday in Vancouver and Victoria, with each side represented.