Any day now, the province will decide the fate of the school year for the roughly two million students currently at home. In the meantime, the online learning, homeschooling, and other efforts at education are underway across Ontario. How does it all inform the path forward after what might turn out to be the longest March Break in history? The Agenda welcomes Annie Kidder, executive director, People for Education; Prachi Srivastava, associate professor specializing in education and international development, at Western University; and Globe and Mail education reporter Caroline Alphonso.
Education Amid the Pandemic; Ontario's Economic Outlook
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May 12, 2020
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