Is Full-Day Kindergarten a Success?

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

We'll be looking back at more than a decade of full-day kindergarten in Ontario. How well has it worked? Were the original concerns about it warranted? And has it accomplished its goals. With guests Jane Bertrand of OISE at the University of Toronto; the Toronto Star's Kristin Rushowy, and the University of Toronto's Elizabeth Dhuey.
Did Full-Day Kindergarten Work?
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Aug 30, 2021
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