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Advancing the public good

Last week we pointed to research by Cardus, a non-partisan, faith-based think tank, that debunked the harmful myth that independent schools are primarily the domain of the elite and that the families in independent schools are primarily rich and privileged.

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Seeking ‘equitable access’ for independent schools

An op-ed appeared this week in The Toronto Sun co-written by Deani Van Pelt and David Hunt under the headline “Publicly-educated parents seeking other options for kids”. The writers are co-authors of the study ‘Who Chooses Ontario Independent Schools and

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