Activist Toolkit
| This detailed workshop guide is a great way to break down food security
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Photo: Jesse McLaren
Jesse McLaren | The February 1 Day of Action showed the strength and solidarity of the 99 per cent on campus, which will be crucial in the weeks and months ahead to win accessible, high quality, public education.
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Roxanne Dubois | Education needs to be accessible for all Canadians and therefore needs help from public funding and reduction of tuition fees.
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Nick Falvo | Last month, the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) released a document entitled Public Education for the Public Good: A National Vision for Canada's Post-Secondary Education System.
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Alberta Education Minister David Hancock
David J. Climenhaga | The government of Alberta shouldn't have to be instructed by the civil liberties association that Canadians have the right to a true public education in their own communities.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | The film Bad Teacher is an attack on a rotten system that overstresses test results and undermines real teaching. It's satire, stupid, in the tradition of classical theatre like Moliere's plays.
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Alberta Education Minister David Hancock
David J. Climenhaga | What do you do when the "public school board" in a diverse and growing Canadian community of 8,000 souls offers only parochial Roman Catholic education? Now we know.
Columnists
Ralph Surette | About this bust-up over cuts in education, meant to face the awkward fact that administration costs are going up while student numbers go down: perhaps a bit of larger perspective would help.
News
Donald Gutstein | Supporters of public education need to realize they're in the middle of a war for its future, and they're losing.
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| If the Alberta New Democratic Party were to recast itself as the City Party of Alberta, what would the Alberta NDP's agenda look like?