Monthly Archives: November 2014

48 Remembrance Day Assemblies

Those who think public school’s most important function is to impart information need to look a little deeper into what schools teach kid, culture and  country. Remembrance Day assemblies teach Canadian children how to observe Remembrance Day. They did it … Continue reading

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F.S.A. Is Political Football But Education is Rugby

  AS I SEE IT    –  Jim Nelson So the annual hand wringing over the Foundation Skills Assessments tests begins again: Why are teachers so dead against them? Is it just that awful B.C.T.F. being radical again? Should we … Continue reading

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