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Anti-bullying week – November 12th-16th

Anti-bullying week is an opportunity for parents, teachers and leaders in the education field to reflect on our existing policies and frameworks, and to ask ourselves what measures are we taking to ensure that students feel safe in and outside of the classroom.
November 15, 2018

Thank you for an impactful Take Our Kids to Work Day!

Yesterday we saw thousands of students around the country join their parents, relatives and family friends in various workplaces to experience a day in the life of a professional and get a glimpse of the world of work.
November 15, 2018

Take Our Kids to Work Day: CBRE builds advantage by nurturing next gen real estate leaders

CBRE shares how Take Our Kids to Work Day has impacted their employees as they strive to help young people get a jump start on building their career
October 17, 2018

Care deeply, challenge directly: reflections from an Outstanding Principal

Bonnie Hierlihy joins us on the blog to talk about how her role as a principal has been impacted by the Canada's Outstanding Principals program. The post is part of a series in celebration of National Principals' Month.
October 16, 2018

International Day of the Girl

Tina Ghaemmaghami joins us on the blog to talk about the International Day of the Girl and how we can have a positive impact
October 11, 2018

A once-in-a-career experience

2018 award recipient, Donna Ford, reflects on how the Canada's Outstanding Principals program has impacted her role as a public school educator.
October 02, 2018

National Volunteer Week 2018: Meet business mentor Natalie Festa

Natalie Festa, an accountant and entrepreneur in Toronto, volunteers her time to support student entrepreneurs at Father Bressani Catholic High School in Woodbridge, Ontario, as a volunteer business mentor with The Learning Partnership’s Dragons’ Nest program.
April 18, 2018

Computational thinking in math class

Lisa Floyd, Director of Research and Inquiry at Fair Chance Learning, joins us on the blog to talk about computational thinking in math class.
March 23, 2018

Grade 12 student develops business venture to raise awareness of autism

Natasha Evangelista is a Grade 12 student at the Etobicoke School of the Arts. She’s also an entrepreneur and the founder of Art-toons, a t-shirt design company she developed to promote the abilities of children with autism. Natasha was inspired to launch the business venture after getting a glimpse at entrepreneurship in the Dragons’ Nest program, which was integrated into her Grade 11 business course
February 20, 2018

Children and digital media

John Howard, National Program Manager of Welcome to Kindergarten, joins us on the blog to talk about healthy media use with young children.
January 11, 2018

Equity and excellence in education

Fahad Martin Pinto, Director of Marketing & Communications at The Learning Partnership, joins us on the blog to discuss equity and excellence in education.
December 07, 2017