2007-Jun-03 New York Times Magazine When Should a Kid Start Kindergarten?
2007-Sep-03 Calgary Herald Held back to excel
2007-Sep-03 Edmonton Journal Why holding kids back moves them ahead
2007-Sep-03 Ottawa Citizen Giving pupils the “gift of time”
2007-Sep-03 The Gazette Holding kids back pushes them forward
2008 Outliers, by Malcolm Gladwell Chapter One: The Matthew Effect, pp. 15-34
2008-Dec-31 Victoria Times Colonist Editorial: Being born at “wrong” time of year hurting students’ success
2008-Nov-01 New York Times The sociology of success
2010-Mar-31 Babble.com Is my 4.9 year old ready for kindergarten?
2011-Aug Parents Magazine Thrive in 2025: Holding kids back for success
2011-Jul-22 Brain World Magazine Kindergarten readiness and the brain
2011-Jul-25 Examiner A new early education train: Holding children back from starting kindergarten
2011-Nov-01 BBC News Summer-born struggle: Why August children suffer at school
2012-Apr-06 Toronto Star Age differences play key role in early learning
2012-Aug-19 Salt Lake Tribune Kindergarten redshirting: Start school at age 5 or 6?
2012-Jan-24 Stateline State special education rates vary widely
2012-Jun-10 Toronto Star Middle schools too disruptive for weak students, studies show
2012-Mar-04 CBS News Advantage of holding kids back
2012-Nov-20 New York Times Younger Students More Likely to Get A.D.H.D. Drugs
2012-Sep-06 Star Tribune Too ‘young’ for school?
2013 Issue 2 Baseball Magazine “Redshirting” At Eighth Grade: Hyper-Parenting or Sports Smart?
2013-Apr-02 Today Kindergarten redshirting: One mom’s dilemma
2013-Apr-25 Globe and Mail Starting high school: Stress that can last
2013-Feb-13 Globe and Mail Students getting lost in the leap to high school
2013-Jun-03 Forbes For The Republicans To Re-Emerge, Horatio Alger Must Die
2013-Jun-17 Toronto Star Should you put off kindergarten? An increasing number of parents are opting to ‘redshirt’ kids born late in the year
2013-Jun-17 Scott Thompson Radio Show N/A
2013-Nov-13 Globe and Mail TDSB mulls decision to cut junior high
2013-Sep-10 Policy Analysis for California Education Funding Special Education by Total District Enrollment: Advantages, Disadvantages, and Policy Considerations
2013-Sep-19 Slate Can Your Kid Hack It in Kindergarten?
2014-Aug-24 Parents The Redshirting Trend: How to Know When to Start Kindergarten
2014-Feb-24 Maclean’s Is ADHD a mental health crisis, or a cultural one?
2014-Feb-27 Diverse Issues in Higher Education Opinion: The Age of Education
2014-Sep-02 Globe and Mail Why principals may be the key to your student’s success at school
2014-Sep-12 Wall Street Journal Should Children Be Held Back for Kindergarten?2
2015-Apr-15 Tallahassee Democract Parents can opt to delay kids’ entry into pre-K
2015-Sep-11 Globe and Mail Holding children back is not the right start; Studies show that children born late in the year don’t benefit from delaying kindergarten
2016-Jun-17 Spektrum (in German) When is a child ready for school?
2017-Apr-20 Business Insider Malcolm Gladwell may have been wrong about a schooling strategy many parents think will help their kids succeed
2017-Sep-07 UofT News Oldest kids in class do better – even into university: U of T study
2017-Sep-08 Phys Org Oldest kids in class do better, even into university, study finds
2017-Sep-12 n + 1 (in Russian) Children’s age at school has been linked to their chances of going to college
2018-Feb-04 Wall Street Journal Why Older Kindergartners Should Run Your Mutual Fund (Someday)
2018-Jan-14 Global News Redshirting: What parents should know about delaying school enrolment
2019-Mar-09 Le Devoir “Redshirting”, when school exemptions make school
2019-May-16 The Conversation Ontario’s child-care cuts will hurt low-income parents working or studying full time
2019-Nov-12 El Pais (in Spanish) Por qué nacer a principios de año nos ayuda a triunfar. Una explicación científica
2020-Jan-20 The Conversation Canada can better prepare to retrain workers displaced by disruptive technologies
2020-Jul-11 Globe and Mail PARENTS. TRAPPED. COVER STORY
2020-Jul-17 BNN Bloomburg Women disproportionately affected in the workplace during pandemic
2020-Jun-5 The Conversation Better public child care is the engine we need for recovery post-coronavirus
2020-Sep-04 Business Weekly (in Chinese) The earlier the gifted students are cultivated, the better? Study finds: Allowing children to “read early” is more likely to harm him
2021-Aug-30 TVO Is Full-Day Kindergarten a Success?
2021-Dec-22 Maclean’s 13 charts to watch on health, families and population in 2022
2021-Fall Toronto Life A look into the post-COVID job market
2021-Jul-07 Toronto Star Evidence suggests there was no benefit to Ontario closing its schools.
2021-Jul-23 Globe and Mail The economic benefits of child care are all too clear
2021-Jun-04 Ottawa Citizen Ontario leads the country in COVID-19 school closures — and kids have paid a price, study finds
2021-Jun-10 Toronto Star School closures have been hard on students and the economy.
2021-Jun-15 UofT News COVID-19 school closures accelerate education inequities in Ontario: U of T researchers
2021-Mar-04 60 Minutes Redshirting
2021-Mar-08 CBC News Trudeau vows to tackle ‘she-cession’ after new report says pandemic has been worse for working women
2021-Mar-08 Financial Post Liberals told to think beyond child care in work to craft ‘shecession’ recovery plan
2021-Mar-29 Globe and Mail A long way to go’: Eight charts that explain Canada’s tough task of recovering jobs.
2021-May-22 Toronto Star Some predicted a pandemic baby boom – but it’s looking more like a baby bust.
2021-Sep-07 Maclean’s Preparing students for the rise of a Passion Economy
2021-Sep-23 Business Insider – Spain (in Spanish) ¿Por qué septiembre es el mes en el que más personas cumplen años en España? No toda la culpa es de la Navidad
2022-Jun-03 Globe and Mail The Ontario election willfully ignored the undeniable economic challenges bearing down on the province
2022-May-11 New Yorker The devastating economic impacts of an abortion ban