DI MUCCIO: Our summers were a collage of friends, exploration, interaction, self-discovery. We were doing everything. Our kids deserve the same
PRICE: For Canadian students to aspire to higher things, we must give them the language and knowledge of higher culture
PRICE: The best stories help us understand ourselves by triggering introspection, guiding us to new worlds and ideas that exist beyond our normal experiences
WOOD: Given the high degree of uncertainty about the next few years, here are a few tips to help you retain at least a semblance of sanity as you look to your future
EISEN, MACLEOD: Greater federal involvement could fundamentally reshape our decentralized approach to education policy, lead to policy homogeneity and hurt student performance
ROONEY: It’s important to start talking with your kids about money early and to do it often. The Financial Consumer Agency of Canada can help
CHIDIAC: Society must invest its time, energy and resources in children so they can lead us into a bright and exciting future
DI MUCCIO: Activist “teachers” are no longer teaching children how to think, but what to think. Is that what we want for our children?