Social Education

Letters to Irshad – Forward

I am eager to introduce you to Irshad and to share what she has taught me about engaging in conversations that often divide, in an effort to find a common path forward.

Letters to Irshad – Letter 5

What do we know about the cities we live in and how their histories – good and bad, paint a critical picture from where we’ve come, the influence that has on us, and the clues those stories provide in guiding our path forward?

Letters to Irshad – Letter 4

We have to be okay with where we are now in our opinions and what we know about the world because this is where life has taken us so far.

Letters to Irshad – Letter 3

I dream of our kids being able to be openly inquisitive in exploring these sensitive topics most of all, which includes teaching children strong communication skills. Ensuring our youth have the tools required to have these critical conversations without anyone feeling shamed, gamed, or that their opinions are wrong because our Other doesn’t agree with them.

Letters to Irshad – Letter 2

Irshad, if we want students, parents, and leaders within society to understand the complexity of any issue, we have to be able to have honest and safe conversations without fear or judgement; plain and simple.

As If It Was The Last

Originally published on The Point – https://www.thepointhamilton.com/2020/11/27/as-if-it-was-the-last/ We never know when something will be our last and a couple Sundays past, I watched on with this in mind. Nothing is forever. We never know when our favourite player might retire, the band we have followed since a young child might call it a day, when […]

SQI – Funding

Part 1 – Square Apple Institute IntroductionPart 2 – The CurriculumPart 3 – The Funding Model Listed below, are some possible funding sources to support INSE’s Square Apple Institute of Alternative Education Concept: 1.   Government Per Pupil Funding Current per-pupil funding under Ford Government $12,246 Avg Kindergarten class sizes: 29 cap, avg 26 Primary […]

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