Focusing on Inequality in Education

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

At the start of this school year, Ontario announced a three-year strategy to address issues of educational fairness and the systemic barriers that can stand in students' ways. To oversee that plan, the province tapped former human rights lawyer and assistant deputy minister Patrick Case to head up the newly established Education Equity Secretariat. Case joins The Agenda to discuss the mandate for his new position.
Episode:
Ontario's Education Equity Plan; Making Kids More Resilient
Aired:
Nov 14, 2017
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