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How do we know?

Recently, as part of our ‘school start up’ meetings with school administrators, I had the pleasure of being able to speak with the group. Though there were many themes that would have been relevant to explore, I centered my presentation on a question.  The question was “How do we know?”. How do we know whether …

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Using Data Wall celebrations as a strategy to increase Collective Efficacy

One piece of collective efficacy we wanted to focus on within the Region was celebrating small wins. Talking about data walls meant talking about results. Often times, assessment results meant discussing what our areas for growth were. Intended or not, we created a pattern of thinking through our ongoing professional actions; talking about how students …

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TCRCE Water Testing Results

Introduction In December of 2019, the Province of Nova Scotia committed to testing the water in all public schools across Nova Scotia after Health Canada revised its guidelines related to lead concentration levels in water. Health Canada also revised its guidelines related to copper concentration levels in water, and copper tests were also conducted. To …

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Letter from Dr. Boulter

Dear TCRCE Families: As you are likely aware, many of our local communities have been impacted by the ongoing fisheries dispute. It’s important we take a moment to recognize our commitment to diversity and inclusion. Providing a safe and inclusive learning environment in our schools is always our first priority. We acknowledge that all of …

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