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Are you at loss and utterly confused on what to do about the high cost of quality education in recent times? Well, visit highqualityeducation.org today and put your mind and heart at ease as they attempt to put this thorny issue into perspective for you. 649 more words

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Will we learn from the mistakes in Education?

We all think … But do we think about what we think about when we think?

When I look at the quote above, I wonder how correct the english in that sentence is.

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LEADERSHIP

"Disrupting the status quo" should require better understanding of current system.

Let me start by saying that I have no particular axe to grind with ex-finance minister turned political analyst, Graham Steele.

He is a respected writer, was an elected representative, and spent a fair deal of time serving our province in a number of ways. 1,294 more words

Public Education

Once more into the breach: A word of caution from the front lines of education.

Well, the sword of Damocles has fallen.

And it is going to leave a mark.

I am referring, of course, to Thursday’s unveiling of the Liberal government’s Education Action Plan for 2015. 759 more words

Public Education

Schools are failing our kids: Graduates are not learning what they need.

Our schools are failing our kids.

They are failing because they are monopolies, exempt from competition.  If schools would actually run more like businesses, things would turn around. 1,349 more words

Public Education

An Extract from a Teacher’s Diary

Margaret Fishback Powers said, “One hundred years from now on, it will not matter what kind of car you drove, what kind of house you lived in, how much you had in your bank account or what your clothes looked like, but the world may be a little better because you were important in the life of a child.“ 740 more words

Social Issues

Teachers in Crisis: A Crisis in Teaching?

Whenever I meet folks for the first time and they ask me what I do for a living, I always respond “I’m a school teacher”. Then I either get one of two responses. 1,330 more words

Public Education