High School

Negotiating grades is the better argument

With careful execution, a new grading system could help focus Ontario curriculums on learning and improvement rather than numerical grades.Continue...

Divided learning is a grey area

Lumping everyone together doesn’t ensure an equal education.Continue...

High school away from home

When I was 14, I boarded a ferry with all of my possessions packed tightly in pink Rubbermaid storage boxes in the back of my father’s truck and crossed the Atlantic.Continue...

Ontario’s Indigenous Studies gap is bigger than post-secondary education

Students aren’t learning enough about Indigenous studies, but neither are their teachers.Continue...

High schools fail to prepare students for the real world

There’s a common stereotype that carries an underlying horrible truth with many university students.Continue...

Quest bridges study and recovery

The opening of Canada’s first recovery high school is a solid step in creating resources for youth with substance use disorders.Continue...

Grade market unethical

An article published in the Toronto Star on Sunday Sept.18, “Student questions marks from a high school ‘credit mill’ ” examined accredited private high schools that dole out high marks in exchange for payment.Continue...