DI MUCCIO: Activist “teachers” are no longer teaching children how to think, but what to think. Is that what we want for our children?
DI MUCCIO: The Saskatchewan ruling gives provinces the impetus to explore the alternatives to forcing children, against their parents’ will, into secular public education
DI MUCCIO: Malala Yousafzai brings to the House of Commons a much-needed perspective on issues of inclusion in education
DI MUCCIO: Only 10 years ago, Premier Kathleen Wynne campaigned vehemently against a faith-based school model. Now, she has suddenly changed her mind
DI MUCCIO: Bridging the socio-economic gap in poor schools to improve literacy and math skills will ultimately give young people a leg up in post-secondary institutions
DI MUCCIO: PC leader Patrick Brown is still in the dark when it comes to hydro and education policy, proving he is not yet ready to form the next government
DI MUCCIO: When the results are seemingly ignored – when educators haven’t brought about year-over-year improvements – then parents should demand action
DI MUCCIO: Small communities face losing their schools as the province pulls back funding, but these schools – and their communities – can be saved