Clippings 2017-04-25T10:11:05+00:00

CLIPPINGS

Early in life my first career choice was to become a lawyer.  But after meeting a teacher who denounced prejudice and  racism and who believed in equity and social justice – causes that were very important to me at the time –  I decided that I wanted to become a teacher.  I felt strongly that teachers make a significant difference in children’s lives.  Most importantly, they influence life chances and contribute to nation building and other important societal outcomes.

It is with pleasure that  I share  with you some of those moments in this section of the website.

York Educator Gets Top Honours

York educator earns top honor ... snip

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Royal Commission on Learning

Royal Commission

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Jamaican Born Educator Takes Top Post

advisory post - Jamaincan-born Avis Glaze

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Letter from Jean Chretien, Prime Minister Canada

Letter from Jean Chretien, Prime Minister Canada

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Urgent Need to Help Black Kids

Urgent need to help black kids

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Technology is the Future

technology is the future

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Teachers’ Role Central to Civil Society

Teachers Role central to civil society

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Five of 10 ‘universals’ Chosen by School Board

five of 10 'universals' chosen by school board

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Dr. Glaze Gets Top Job

Dr. Glaze gets top job -

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Drop-outs Focus on Education

drop-outs focus on education

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Universals High on School Board’s To-Do List

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Equity in Action - Dr. Avis Glaze

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Student achievement top priority for new school board director

Student Achievement top priority for new school board director

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Top school board job for GTA woman

Top school board job for GTA

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