Monday, April 19, 2010

From the classroom to the boardroom, Educational issues of the North coast

We track the developments in the always fascinating educational sector on the North Coast, archiving those items of the blog's listings that pertain to School District 52 the outlying areas and NWCC and UNBC.


May 11-- Historical day for NWCC in Terrace
April 7-- Charges laid in investigation into Lax Kw'alaams Academy book keeping
March 24-- With heavy hearts, school board closes Westview
March 24-- Ecole Westview School to close in 2011 as School District 52 completes its closure debate 
March 23-- Taking steps to improve communication in education
March 23-- Decision Day beckons for School District 52's trustees
March 14-- Questions on consultants continue to haunt School District 52 deliberations 
March 1-- Third District 52 consultation takes place at Roosevelt tomorrow
February 19-- 176 schools closed since 2002 and more on the way 
February 17-- Former Rupertite receives high honour from UNBC
February 15-- Students Bring Campaign to Lower Student Debt to Northwest
February 12-- Westview and Port Ed are both saying ‘save our school’
February 12-- Former Rupertite named as new Chancellor of UNBC
February 10-- Full day kindergarten for school district 52
February 10-- Port Edward Elementary Rally
February 11-- School Board Backs FSA Tests
February 9-- District 52 begins school reviews in Prince Rupert
February 8-- Fraser Institute rankings stir the debate for another year!
February 5-- The Fraser Institute picks its messenger 
February 4-- School District school closure consultations continue through February and March
January 29-- Hoy sis ts’al... students participate in unique project
January 20-- Education cuts loom for many parts of British Columbia

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