The Politics of Curriculum Reform
with David Scott and Raphaël Gani
Do you find yourself being drawn into polarized debates about curriculum reform? Are you frustrated by the "temperature" of these conversations? Might you be longing for a more reasoned, more respectful source insight about changes to curriculum across Canada? And while many individuals and groups are busy advocating for change, David Scott (University of Calgary) from the University of Calgary) and Raphaël Gani (University of Ottawa) are hoping to step back and create some space for a different sort of conversation. Join them as they try to cool down the rhetoric and lean into a different set of questions.
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