About a week ago, another Op-ed piece appeared in The Chronicle Herald about the perceived state of education in Nova Scotia. In this one, recently hired Atlantic Institute for Market Studies (AIMS) research director, Ben Eisen, touted (in typical AIMS fashion), the glory and joy of charter schools, and how they are not as bad and as detrimental to the public education system as folks like me would have you believe. 919 more words
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As I was flipping through The Globe and Mail about a month ago, I came across a rather interesting piece of commentary written by a fellow named… 1,346 more words
The Mid- day meal provides free food but often suffers from poor hygiene. Only better cooking, kitchen devices and kitchen infrastructure can reduce the incidences of deaths and sicknesses. 621 more words
I have only a week left for my internship. Over the past two weeks, I have been finalizing the case studies on education in emergencies I have been harvesting. 647 more words
Well, here we go again.
In what seems to be a constant and ongoing barrage, the editors at The Chronicle Herald have published yet another weekend opinion piece that is based on inaccurate information and supposition and which criticizes the education system in Nova Scotia. 1,289 more words