Return to Online Learning, Again

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Almost two years ago, we convened a panel to discuss education in Ontario as students dealt with the first virtual learning of the pandemic. As kids are again staying home from school - hopefully for just a 2-week closure - it seemed like a good time to check back in with that panel for some perspective on then, now, and the future. With insights from Prachi Srivastava, professor specializing in education and global development at Western University, currently a visiting professor at McGill University; Annie Kidder, executive director of People for Education; and Caroline Alphonso, education reporter for The Globe and Mail.
Ontario Schools Close, Again
Jan 06, 2022
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