Canada’s system is good, but can and should be better

Policy-makers should be cautious in thinking that adopting a policy from one place will produce similar results in a very different place.

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Canada’s education system has been relatively stable, and, in general, respectful of staff and other partners, writes Ben Levin. But neither of these conditions can be taken for granted.
Ben Levin
Published: Wednesday, 02/13/2013 12:00 am EST


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