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Andrew Campbell 8 Dec 17
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Dr. Lynne Hollingshead 9 Dec 17
Replying to @rchids @mcguirp and 7 others
Royal Commission on Learning (1994) was also an extensive & thorough review. Outcome: EQAO, OTC, etc. My concern is about political will when the review is done. I cautiously hope for meaningful change.
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Andrew Campbell 9 Dec 17
Replying to @LMHoll @rchids and 7 others
Yes, the political overtones concern me too. It's being rushed to be done before the election. Why? What's the bigger piture at play here?
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I don't think that's too difficult to see. Probably brainstormed at the same meeting dealing with electric costs.
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Patti Walker 9 Dec 17
There a big difference between politics and government
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