Malkin Dare, Canada, Primary, Secondary
Mrs. Dare began her career as an elementary school teacher after graduating from the University of Western Ontario and London Teachers’ College. She later joined the Department of External Affairs and served in Hong Kong and Barbados. As a result of her concern for the state of education in Ontario, Mrs. Dare was one of the founding members of the Organization for Quality Education (OQE).
She was OQE’s founding president, a director of the Society for Advancing Educational Research in Education, a member of the Advisory Committee on Judicial Appointments for the Province of Ontario (West and South), and the author of How to Get the Right Education for Your Child and Stairway to Reading. Mrs. Dare is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of School Choice.
School For Thought
A discussion of k-12 effective educational practices in Canada.
Theme: school choice, education reform, reading, math, effective instruction, direct instruction, ontario education, charter schools, vouchers, mathematics, instruction, dyslexia, systematic phonics