Newsletters and eBulletins

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  • 2014

    eBulletin – October 14

    In this issue: New video tips for parents; Upcoming elections about more than mayors; P4E conference: sex, special ed, community schools; It’s walk to school month; Celebrating Sheldon Levy; MWM survey results; Events

  • 2014

    September newsletter

    In this issue: Measuring What Matters; Ontario math scores point to problems; Ontario Child Health Study; Do municipal elections affect schools?; People for Education conference; Coming soon: parent support videos; I have something to say; Help! We’ve

  • 2014

    eBulletin – September 29

    Do municipal elections affect schools?; People for Education Conference; Ontario math scores point to problems; Does creativity matter?; Say ‘yes’ to Ontario child health study; Time to re-think Applied programming?; Homework Tip Sheets…

  • 2014

    eBulletin – Sept 8

    In this issue: P4E Conference registration now open, Measuring What Matters poll, Meet our new Research Director, Tips for parents

  • 2014

    eBulletin – May 12

    In this issue: Major shift in B.C. education policy; Special education report; Alberta considering teacher merit pay; Can creativity be measured?; Canadian Stars support public education; Grants for parent involvement; Social-emotional skills webinar; Ontario Tech Skills Competition…

  • 2014

    eBulletin – April 28

    In this issue: New special education report; Grants for parent involvement; Canadian Stars support public education; Getting kids outside; Music Monday; and more education news.

  • 2014

    eBulletin – March 31

    In this issue: Major changes in school board funding; Digital learning: the ‘new normal’; Do kids need social-emotional skills?; New powers for ombudsman’s office; Who is the provincial advocate?; Telling Tales Talent

  • 2014

    March newsletter

    In this issue: Teaching the new Millenials; Ombudsman’s Office: new powers; Education funding announcements; Awards season is here!; What do school rankings really mean?; Measuring What Matters: Citizenship; Donate to People for Education; Provincial Advocate for Children and

  • 2014

    eBulletin – March 5

    In this issue: Course choices have long-term impact; de-streaming success stories; Fraser Institute rankings don’t add up; measuring citizenship in schools; special incentive for donations; People for Education gala benefit…

  • 2014

    January newsletter

    In this issue: Grade 9 course choices; Report cards are coming!; What’s the government up to?; Time to measure health in schools; How does Ontario compare?; Supporting students’ mental health; Events around the province…