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LATEST NEWS

15
Jan
N.L. students are missing ‘staggering’ amount of school, and it’s time to take action: report

With thousands of children in Newfoundland and Labrador missing class in “staggering” amounts each year, the province’s Office of the Child and Youth Advocate has released a new report examining the issue, one that calls for collective action from government departments, schools and communities. Chronic Absenteeism: When Children Disappear, released Thursday, shines a spotlight on […]

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15
Jan
Catholic school board aims to create ‘graduate of the future’

The St. Clair Catholic District School Board is undertaking a strategic plan to help create the “graduate of the future” that will involve a lot of community consultation. The board is using the online tool Thoughtexchange to enable students, staff, parents and the community-at-large to give their thoughts and feedback. The information gathered will be […]

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27
Nov
Two new books edited by Alberta educators emphasize real-life scenarios in mental health frontlines

Typically, when it comes to most children and youth textbooks on mental health, they too heavily revolve around diagnostic criteria, say a group of Alberta educators. That gap drove Patricia Kostouros, Michelle Briegel and Brenda Thompson to take a different approach with two books launched on Nov. 22 at Mount Royal University. Kostouros and Briegel […]

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