2 edition of role of multicultural community officers in the Ontario School System: a case study. found in the catalog.
role of multicultural community officers in the Ontario School System: a case study.
Written in English
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Ontario is not alone in this. A recent study from the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada identifies the following challenges nationwide: “the overall size of many universities, which has become problematic; large class sizes and an increasing student-teacher ratio; and limited student-faculty interaction.” 4 However, Ontario could do better in terms of quality with existing association between school involvement in inter-school collaborative activity and increases in student attainment (Woods et al., ; Sammons et al., ) whereas others suggest a possible association (Hutchings et al., ). The most notable of these is a large-scale research study with federations, the findings of which suggest students
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