Schools for 21st century

Nearly two-thirds of Ontario's students live in urban or suburban centres. These growing areas are vibrant places where many young people thrive and some fail.

In February 2008, a group of people (academics, community and parent leaders, a city councillor, early childhood experts, school board trustees and staff, members of ethno-racial community organizations and representatives of social planning councils and the United Way) gathered to share their ideas about urban and suburban schools.  Read their discussion paper  “Ontario’s urban and suburban schools.” at http://www.peopleforeducation.com/news/urban-suburban