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The dangers of grade inflation

Grade inflation can be deceptive and varies from school to school. Thankfully for the universities — as well as their incoming students — they have a way of deciphering which secondary schools tend to inflate grades more than others. The University of Waterloo was one of the first schools to discover the simple algorithm of gathering and documenting trends of […]

by Jackson Carse· · Features ·
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Unsigned: Teaching financial literacy is a step in the right direction

After a successful petition, the Ontario government is now introducing a pilot project to teach financial literacy to grade 10 students. This is undeniably something that will be applicable to students’ lives beyond high school. Currently, the onus is on parents to teach their children about these topics. That can raise a number of issues. It’s all well and good […]

by Cord Editorial Board· · Opinion ·