staffroom confidential: Bill 11 – Is the BC government privatizing and seizing control of teacher professional development?

Yesterday the BC government introduced Bill 11 – new law that will, among other things, change the system of teacher professional development in BC. Without any consultation with teachers or their union, the BCTF, the government is legislating a new system of authorized continuing education that may be required to maintain teacher certification. Not surprisingly, ...

staffroom confidential: Bill 11 – Is the BC government privatizing and seizing control of teacher professional development?

Yesterday the BC government introduced Bill 11 – new law that will, among other things, change the system of teacher professional development in BC. Without any consultation with teachers or their union, the BCTF, the government is legislating a new system of authorized continuing education that may be required to maintain teacher certification. Not surprisingly, ...

Geoff Campbell: Completed Google Analytics Platform Principles

Working at a small independent school, I’ve learned to adapt quickly to the changing communications needs of the school. In December, I helped launch HebronToday, a news website featuring a full-array of content about campus highlights. The next step is to more directly align the website’s content with organizational goals. In an effort to improve ...

Law is Cool: LSUC Publishes Articling Task Force Report

This article was originally published on www.LFTI.ca The Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC)’s articling task force has released its final report on its proposed solution for what has been dubbed the “Articling Crisis” facing recent law grads in Ontario.  The report directly concerns current law students, new graduates of law programs, law firms, and those considering ...