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  • 2017

    eBulletin – April 19

    In this issue: Should private funding be used to save a school from closing?; Music Monday; Increased funding for school boards announced; People for Education relies on you!; and more education news.

  • 2017

    eBulletin – March 23

    In this issue: Can we / should we measure students’ well-being?; Can we change students’ futures by changing how we define success?; Telling Tales Out of School; and more education

  • 2017

    eBulletin – March 10

    In this issue: new report on career and life planning in school, survey for parents of 6-12 year olds, Ministry to explore new approaches to support rural education.

  • 2017

    eBulletin – February 24

    In this issue: To grade or not to grade?; Funding for parent involvement projects; contract extensions for teachers and education workers; Help! We’ve got homework; and more education news.

  • 2017

    eBulletin – January 31

    In this issue: School closings on The Agenda; Large scale testing in Ontario—report recommends change; Stuart Shanker on stress and self-regulation; Grade 9 course choices; and more education news.

  • 2017

    eBulletin – January 11

    In this issue: Welcome back; learnings from our conference; and more education news

  • 2016

    eBulletin – December 6

    In this issue: PISA results, well-being consultations and more education news.

  • 2016

    eBulletin – November 16

    In this issue: Another great conference!; Honouring John  Mighton; and more education news

  • 2016

    eBulletin – November 3

    In this issue: Provincial consultations, podcasts, and more education news

  • 2016

    eBulletin – October 18

    In this issue: John Mighton to be honoured, Choosing courses in grade 9, People for Education conference, Education in the news, Conferences and events.