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Doug Cuthand: Indigenous education means more than graduation rates

Breadcrumb Trail Links columnists Formal education is important and should not be taken lightly, but traditional education holds the key to our survival as Indigenous people. Author of the article: Doug Cuthand • Saskatoon StarPhoenix Published July 08, 2023 • Last updated 17 hours ago • 3 minute read Doug Cuthand is the Indigenous affairs […]

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Simple Flashcard Games to Foster an Engaging and Engaged Classroom

Flashcard games are a brilliant way to throw in some beneficial visual learning and engage students in the ESL classroom. Although many of us associate flashcards with burning the midnight oil, these games are far from boring. ESL students are mostly appointed routine, unimodal assignments that might not present immersive experiences. Thankfully, flashcards are versatile

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Legal Alert | Department of Education Expands Interpretation of “Third-Party Servicer” Definition (and Announces Incentive Compensation Review)

UPDATES: On February 28, 2023, the Department updated the Dear Colleague Letter issued February 15, 2023 to establish a future effective date for the guidance, extend the public comment period, and extend the reporting deadline for institutions and third-party services. The new effective date is September 1, 2023. Institutions will be required to report any

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