Monthly Archives: June 2015

Quietly Canadian

What I like best about Canada Day is what we don’t do to express patriotism. We don’t cheerlead our country or engage in loud reverie, hundred gun salutes, or glorification of military endeavour. We Canadians share a mature love of … Continue reading

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Choose A Grad

Most people, including educators, don’t know what’s important about schools.We think we know what we want from schools, but we’re mostly wrong in our analysis. By way of illustration, I offer prototypes of two 18-year-old school grads. Their qualities are … Continue reading

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