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OS/OS Summer/Fall 2020 Educating for the Re-emergence | Table of Contents
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Editorial: Rising tides| Erika Shaker
Are we there yet? | Pamela Rogers
We can't get back to work until child care works | Simon Enoch
Digital technology and BC education | Michelle Gautreaux and Anne Hales
De-confinement | Jacques Brodeur
Show me the money | Amin Ali
Rethinking pink day | Amanda Gebhard
Settling the score | Ardavan Eizadirad
The UN to hold Quebec accountable for its segregated school system | Stéphane Vigneault
Organizing with radical love | The RAD Educators Network
Leaving normal | Vidya Shah and Erika Shaker
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