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High School Leaders, are you tracking FAFSA? You should be!

When looking at what are the best ways to run a college and career readiness program for your high school there are numerous things to consider and numerous strategies that can lead to success. 351 more words


Supporting Families of Students with Disabilities in Postsecondary Education

The National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability for Youth (NCWD/Youth) assists state and local workforce development systems to better serve all youth, including youth with disabilities and other disconnected youth. 93 more words


Get the EDGE: PAID work experience in your field of studies

Are you looking for PAID work experience in your field of studies?

EDGE ~ Career Focus For Youth provides funding for paid work experience opportunities for post-secondary students and graduates in high demand fields with employers who have less than 500 employees. 113 more words


The 'Post-Truth Elevation of Celebrity Over Fact': Deborah Palmer on the CAN LIT Letter & UBC's Firing of Steven Galloway 

Steven Galloway

I am heartbroken that these writers, so many of whom teach, have chosen this self-serving, old boys’ club denial. Signed by writers who posted “I believe Lucy,” this letter represents the wrong side of history.

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RESPs 101

The Aga Khan Education Board for Ontario, in partnership with EPB Ontario, will be hosting an information session for parents to provide a crash course on Registered Education Savings Plans (RESP). 112 more words


Views on Liberal Arts Degrees

Okay, so firstly, sorry for the long absence. Well, actually, it wasn’t that long but it feels pretty long. I’ve missed blogging but due to a lack of time, lack of inspiration, and general over-abundance of writer’s block, I haven’t been able to write anything worth sharing. 1,739 more words


The Inequity of Running Start in Washington State High Schools

In the not so distant past the Washington State legislature made a decision that made in inequitable program even more inequitable. What program am I talking about? 618 more words