The Vancouver Board of Education closed down in-classroom instruction when the BC Government shut down all schools March 17, 2020. So far, no date has yet been announced for re-opening classrooms. It’s a good time to start talking about what public education will look like after the pandemic has passed. According to UNESCO monitoring, about 70% of the world’s student population (well over 1 billion learners) remain out of school as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic as of May 1 2020. This is down from over 90% on April 25, but the data is clear: the situation is severe … Continue reading Six COVID-Related Questions to VSB
The inaction of elected officials such as Liberals Hedy Fry and Sam Sullivan is responsible for the pain Yaletown or Olympic Village parents will feel every day taking their kids to Coal Harbour accross the downtown core. Continue reading Vancouver-Centre Public School Mess Highlights Years of Ignoring Residents
During the BC Human Rights Tribunal hearing, I gave hours of testimony under oath including 4 1/2 hours under cross-examination. These are the excerpts from the ruling.
This is my voice. Continue reading My voice
It’s a nice symbolic touch to offer courtesy mobile pumpout for boats visiting False Creek but does little to address the real problem. Continue reading False Creek pump-out service is hiding the real sewage culprit: the city of vancouver