Bill 64 Smashing K-12 education eggs

By John Wiens Previously published in the Winnipeg Free Press May 25, 2021

Education Property Tax Cuts Worsen Income Inequality in Manitoba

By Molly McCracken

Nova Scotia Education Overhaul a Cautionary Tale for Manitoba

By Molly McCracken and Pamela Rogers

Attacks on Public Education: Lessons for Manitoba

The Provincial overhaul of K – 12 Education removes local democratic oversight of education, starves the system of funding, and will reinforce systemic racism. How have other jurisdictions fought back against similar threats? Please join us for this …

Childcare unaffordable for many

Previously published in the Winnipeg Free Press August 10, 2020.

UNSPUN 2019: Access to Post-Secondary Education at Risk this Manitoba Election

By Brenden Gali

Red River College Decision Part of a Pattern of Bad Decision-Making

By Paul Moist and Jim Silver

Why Strong Manitoba School Boards Matter

Notwithstanding discussions and concerns about recent provincial Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) and Pan-Canadian Assessment Program (PCAP) test scores, or the importance of always looking for improvement, Manitoba has a high quality public school sys­tem that is …

Education reviews must focus on kids

By Erika Shaker In January, Manitoba’s education minister Kelvin Goertzen announced the creation of a commission to review the provincial school system and propose a ‘“renewed vision for kindergarten to Grade 12 education,” to “ignite change” to existing …

Failure to invest in post-secondary education puts Manitoban’s future in jeapardy

By Dele Ojewole First published in the Winnipeg Free Press Thursday April 4, 2019 At a time when other jurisdictions are finding ways to invest in post-secondary education (PSE) and healthcare, the Manitoba government is doing the opposite, …