In a recent blog post, I argued that Ottawa schools are not as “user-friendly” as they should be – in other words, they are not always serving their target populations in an effective manner. Students and parents often find it difficult to navigate bureaucratic processes, due to a mix of “red tape” and inconsistent application … Continue reading The Next Big Thing on the OCDSB Agenda. Let’s Get It Right!
As we all know, 2018 is an election year in Ontario. At the municipal level, the citizens of Ottawa will be asked to vote for a Mayor, for a new batch of City Councillors, and for School Trustees in four different districts: Ottawa-Carleton District School Board (OCDSB), Ottawa Catholic School Board (OCSB), Conseil des écoles … Continue reading Four Questions Ottawa Citizens Should Ask Before Voting for Their New School Trustees
Consider this simple (and all too common) scenario: Noah is a smart kid, interested in a range of subjects, and happy to share his passions and newly discovered knowledge with his friends. His main problem is that, every weekday, he goes to his neighbourhood public school and he is bored, feels unengaged, and - occasionally … Continue reading Here’s a Basic Idea, Ontario: No. Child. Left. Behind.
(1) Hundreds of thousands of young people choose Canada as their preferred international study destination each year (2) Countless academic specializations at world-renowned universities (3) Internationally recognized degrees and qualifications (4) World-class quality of education and research (5) Highly qualified faculty members and access to high-tech facilities (6) Opportunity to study and work in English, … Continue reading Top 20 Reasons to Study in Canada