Breaching the fine line between teaching and brainwashing

Being a teacher means making sure your students are exposed to more than one perspective

Breaching the fine line between teaching and brainwashing
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Being a teacher means making sure your students are exposed to more than one perspective

New math doesn’t add up but can something be done?

Saskatchewan's new education minister wants a back-to-basics approach to math instruction that would give students much-needed skills

New math doesn’t add up but can something be done?
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Saskatchewan’s new education minister wants a back-to-basics approach to math instruction that would give students much-needed skills

English public schools becoming less popular in Saskatchewan

French schools increased their share of students, as did Catholic schools. And independent schools and home-schooling options are becoming far more popular

English public schools becoming less popular in Saskatchewan
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French schools increased their share of students, as did Catholic schools. And independent schools and home-schooling options are becoming far more popular

Are Canada’s public schools truly for everyone?

The Saskatchewan ruling gives provinces the impetus to explore the alternatives to forcing children into secular public education

Are Canada’s public schools truly for everyone?
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DI MUCCIO: The Saskatchewan ruling gives provinces the impetus to explore the alternatives to forcing children, against their parents’ will, into secular public education

Reality of education spending in Saskatchewan

Archaic regulations, union monopoly, lack of responsiveness to parents holding back the Saskatchewan public school system

Reality of education spending in Saskatchewan
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VAN PELT, CLEMENS: Archaic regulations, union monopoly, lack of responsiveness to parents holding back the Saskatchewan public school system