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  • 100 Ways to Kill a Teacher

    Cautionary Tales About Public Education in Canada by

    What does it mean to be a cog in the educational system? This compilation of stories from a long and distinguished career in education will help those entering the field—or still in it—to understand the many pitfalls, heartbreaks, and limitations ...


  • The Restorative Principal

    Leading in Education with Restorative Practices by

    In The Restorative Principal, teacher and principal Stephen Young explores the basic tenets of restorative practices and how he uses them to create positive school climates; build relationships between staff, students, parents and the community; ...


  • The Triumph of Social Democracy

    Memoires of a Public Servant by

    The Triumph of Social Democracy addresses the issue of participatory democracy particularly in developing countries that have survived party-state political systems. The book demonstrates the positive role that individuals can and do play in public ...


  • The History Teacher

    A Journey of Spiritual Transformation by

    When the new History teacher arrives at PLJ High, he is confronted by a classroom of students disgruntled with the current education curriculum who want to understand the true purpose of life! In the midst of a powerful spiritual transformation, ...


  • A Search for Better University Education

    Experiment at Malaspina by

    Many people have something to say about what is wrong with our universities, but Gary Bauslaugh spent decades trying to do something about it. In this compelling, entertaining, and highly informative memoir, Bauslaugh doesn’t just relate his own ...


  • System vs. Culture: North American Education and Society in the Balance

    We need to imagine our future as it could be by

    For 160 years, North American children have been subject to compulsory schooling. Formal education has evolved some over that time, but the end result of said evolution is an educational system which is dysfunctional, inefficient, and ultimately ...


  • Doing The Right Thing

    A Teacher Speaks by

    Who controls today’s conversation about what education should be in the classroom? Bill Gates? Arne Duncan? Michelle Rhee? Media? Politiicans? Who has gained more and more control of what actually goes on in the classroom? Bill Gates? Arne Duncan? ...


  • Doing The Right Thing

    A Teacher Speaks by

    Who controls today’s conversation about what education should be in the classroom? Bill Gates? Arne Duncan? Michelle Rhee? Media? Politiicans? Who has gained more and more control of what actually goes on in the classroom? Bill Gates? Arne Duncan? ...