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The Seven Learning Styles

The Seven Learning Styles Co-Written by Monique and Sam What are the Seven Learning Styles? Many people do not know what the keys to academic success are. Some are misguided into thinking that the only way to ace a test is to gather all your notes and textbooks and read them in a quiet room […]

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The University of California System Drops SAT/ACT Requirements

The University of California System Drops SAT/ACT Requirements In 2019, the Ivy League bribery scandal sent shockwaves around the world. Reports discovered that admissions staff members in Georgetown, Yale University, Stanford University, the University of Texas, the University of Southern California, the University of California Los Angeles, and other institutions had been accepting bribes from […]

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Publicly Funded Ontario Schools Set to Open in September

Publicly Funded Ontario Schools Set to Open in September The premier, Doug Ford, and Stephen Lecce the Ontario Minister of Education has outlined the provincial government’s plan for safely reopening publicly funded elementary, middle, and high schools for the 2020-2021 academic year. This plan, created with the consultation of experts at Sick Kid’s Hospital, Dr. […]

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The TDSB’s September School Re-Opening Plan

The TDSB’s September School Re-Opening Plan The TDSB has broken its silence on its plan to reopen schools.  The TDSB has claimed that a full return to school will coast the board an additional 2500 teachers which equates to an extra $250 million on their payroll. Here is the full recap! The TDSB has proposed […]

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Coding is Added to the Ontario Math K-8 Curriculum

Coding is Added to the Ontario Math K-8 Curriculum When I was a student in elementary school the only cool thing we did in math class was playing with place blocks, but then again, young me was not an avid math fan. As I have gotten older, I realized that if I paid more attention […]

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Ontario Has Announced it Will No Longer be Streaming High School Students

If destreaming is a cost-cutting strategy designed to trim the provincial deficit, then this could mean that fewer teachers will be staffed at schools. This could mean larger class sizes; this could also mean less support for teachers who will now be dealing with students that they are not familiar with.

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Ontario’s Math Crises

Last year’s EQAO 62% of a student’s met the provincial standard of 70% or higher.

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