Ottawa Parent’s Education Network survey

The "Ottawa Parent's Eduction Network" has sent a questionaire to all candidates. Some responses are available now. While not tied to the Alternative prtogram, the group does ask some relavant

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Community Education Forum

The Glebe is fortunate to have a number of fantastic schools within and just outside of our neighbourhood borders. However, some schools are are experiencing substantial overcrowding while others are

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Speaker Night: Keys to Strengthening Family Harmony & Co-operation: Effective Communication Tools for Parents

Can you imagine…Ending power struggles with the young people in your family? Shifting from trying to manage children’s behaviour with demands, rewards & consequences to fostering goodwill & willing co-operation?

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Have a Heart for First Nations Children

In 2007, the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) and the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada (the Caring Society) brought a complaint against Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) to demand equity and culturally relevant child welfare services for First Nations children on reserves. The case was brought to the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal. In 2011, the chair of the Tribunal dismissed the case due to a legal technicality. In February 2012, the AFN and the Caring Society are appealing the chair’s decision and will be taking this case to Federal Court.

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City gives conditional support for Outdoor Education Centres

The City has approved a motion to partly fund, with other partners, an analysis of the potential for the use of our outdoor education centres, MacSkimming and Bill Mason, in a cooperative and cost effective manner in order to reduce…

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Lynn Graham Letter of the Day in Ottawa Sun

In case you missed this, our Trustee Lynn Graham had a letter published as the Letter of the Day in last Wednesday's Ottawa Sun. The letter concerns Mr. Beckstead's lack of understanding of the current status of a charitable foundation…

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Response to Fraser Institute School Ranking

So, the Fraser Institute, a right-wing think-tank which admits that they are not "educational professionals", releases a ranking of schools based on a flawed analysis of a flawed test. A test which the provincial government states should not be used…

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The Ideal Furnished Apartments For Rent

When you are going out alone or with your loved ones to a new location, getting a suitable home to live in becomes a crucial decision for customers looking for https://apartmentlove.com/alberta/calgary should probably choose one that is already furnished. This is…

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Ottawa Parent’s Education Network survey

The "Ottawa Parent's Eduction Network" has sent a questionaire to all candidates. Some responses are available now. While not tied to the Alternative prtogram, the group does ask some relavant questions about parental involvement, accountability and consultation. Two questions that…

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Community Education Forum

The Glebe is fortunate to have a number of fantastic schools within and just outside of our neighbourhood borders. However, some schools are are experiencing substantial overcrowding while others are operating at less than full capacity. At the same time,…

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Speaker Night: Keys to Strengthening Family Harmony & Co-operation: Effective Communication Tools for Parents

Can you imagine…Ending power struggles with the young people in your family? Shifting from trying to manage children’s behaviour with demands, rewards & consequences to fostering goodwill & willing co-operation? Understanding & addressing the root cause of challenging behaviour? Inspiring…

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