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Learning in the Age of the Coronavirus

Learning in the Age of the Coronavirus

The world is slowly awakening from the coronavirus pandemic. Social circles are expanding, and face-to-face contact with others beyond our immediate families is underway. It feels good to see our friends, even two metres away from us. During the first phase of the pandemic, schools across the globe were closed in an abundance of precaution.

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Local Control of Education in the North

Local Control of Education in the North

I worked in Canada’s far North for six years in the 1980s, first as a teacher in a fly-in village in Cree territory, then as a teacher and curriculum developer in Algonquin territory in northern Quebec. During this time, the First Nations were slowly and surely taking back control of their education systems from the

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Hitting the Books Again

Hitting the Books Again

The summer is over. Long carefree days of sun, beaches, and vacations are coming to a close. It’s not just a changing of the season. This time of year, as children head back to school, there is often a changing of mindset as well. This shifting mindset can bring some anxious moments for many children.

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