Intervals: The Principal's Blog

We academics dedicate our lives to sharing our knowledge, to thinking and writing. So I humbly offer my thoughts here in a way that presents a unique opportunity to be engaged with you. While I don’t pretend my insights are the final word, I am keen to share stories with you through my eyes. It’s my hope that this blog will encourage you to share your thoughts as well and I will be appreciative of your contribution to our conversation. Dialogue—even among those who may not see the world the same way—is the key to building great communities.


 

There is no getting around it—the uncertain conditions, environmental challenges, reports of local corruption and even threats of violence, generate considerable anxiety—even cynicism, about the up

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People say Toronto is thriving—there are more cranes here than anywhere in North America, the economy is booming.

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Even before the term Baby Boomers was given to the 75 million or so people born between 1946 and 1964, we’ve been categorizing generations based on defining characteristics.

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Last month, Ontario’s Education Minister, Liz Sandals, announced a plan set to roll out next fall in which students will receive a minimum of 60 minutes of math a day.

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The long struggle for gender equity in sport and physical activity has been in the news again as a result of the recent lawsuit by the US women’s national soccer team for equal pay, and the dispara

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