How a country gets forged in the classrooms

How a country gets forged in the classrooms

My friend and neighbour Rob Vipond, who’s a political science prof and whose daughter Susanna looks after our cat and turtle when we’re at the lake, has written a neighbourhood book brimming with love. It’ll be out this spring. He says it’s the “biography of a school” — Clinton Street Junior Public, where both our kids went. It’s a nonacademic book, full of academic rigour and insight.

By Rick Salutin writing for the Toronto Star.

https://www.thestar.com/opinion/commentary/2016/12/27/how-a-country-gets-forged-in-the-classrooms-salutin.html