It’s election time in Manitoba and the Filmon Tories have made vague promises to increase spending on education. Public education, thus, maintains its sacred cow status even with the tax-cutting Conservatives.
Our one-size-fits-all public school model is in trouble.
The method we use to fund public schools continues to create controversy, and public commentary about it continues to add confusion to the debate.
This report investigates the quality and standards of the Bachelor of Arts program that is currently being offered to students at the University of Manitoba. The standards which were used to judge the Honours, Advanced, and General degrees were historical …
Most people agree that healthcare and education should be universally funded and accessible. But wouldn’t things be more interesting if there was a choice between a consumer-controlled model and the traditional producer-controlled model?
The Minister of Education will pump another $17 million into the Province’s spending on public schools. Her decision is curious, given the fact that their performance continues its long, slow slide.
A bright man with a vibrant message bounced through Winnipeg last week, and moved our community a few steps closer to breaking out of our public school malaise.