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Giving Indigenous youth the best chance to succeed

Five reasons why bilingual Indigenous education improves scholastic results and ensures better futures

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Lining up for another government payout

Should every Indigenous person who was required to attend day school be compensated?

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Teacher competence in the subject they teach critical to learning

Despite what trendy education gurus say, a teacher’s competence in their subject makes a noticeable difference to student achievement

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Polarization is a myth – we just need to break down the barriers

As we interact with those who appear to be different, we realize that much more unites us than separates us

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Don’t blame academic malaise on the male ‘genius’ cult

Those teaching the humanities have abandoned attempts at outlining the grand narratives, the threads that link important events and people in art and history

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France’s phone hang-up is a conversation starter

Smartphones have undermined everyday social interactions by eroding our ability and desire to talk to one another

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Ontario should look to B.C. as a model for education reform

The province needs to remove religious schools from the public system while introducing partial funding for independent schools

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Stripping religion from the public square in the name of diversity

Canada’s universities once proudly proclaimed links to faith. But their mottos and intentions have been dangerously watered down

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The trashy state of Ontario schools will only get worse

If schools look like internment campus, we shouldn’t be surprised if students try to escape

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Parents have the power to release their child’s remarkable inner gifts

The talents of some children are like buried treasure. But you can trust a parent to see these precious gifts and help unearth them

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