Recent research in student success consistently links student success with parental attitudes. However, at this time, it is clear that it is not doing the job well. It is understood and appreciated that there is an inherent inequity across school divisions, both rural and urban.
Content knowledge means subject-specific facts and concepts. We need curriculum that focuses on what the foundational outcomes are so that we give these the proper time and attention, and develop the intervention supports required to deliver on these foundational outcomes.
This approach to instruction makes academic success less likely, especially for lower SES students.
What remains is the directions they explored collectively - movements that will be crossed, extended and transformed by the next generation. Child Development. We need to create the thinkers, decision makers, cooperative, collaborative and respectful citizens. That the Government of Manitoba establish a universal meal program for all school-age children.
School trustees live in the communities where they serve. French Language Education Review