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Canadian education has received a lot of criticism in recent years. In response, some schools and school districts have revamped the K-12 curriculum and changed their assessment process. These solutions are hasty actions that are taking our children’s future in a dangerous direction.

In her article, Students Will Keep Learning Less Until We Finally Let Them Fail, Mehrnaz Bassiri, founder and director of MyGradeBooster discusses how the de-standardization of education, cuts in the curriculum and cuts in the standardized provincial exams are leading to students learning less and graduating unprepared to face the challenges of post secondary and workforce.

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mm About My Grade Booster

About MyGradeBoosterMyGradeBooster was founded by Mehrnaz Bassiri. Mehrnaz is a contributing writer for the Hufļ¬ngton Post, Addicted2Success, and the Daily Zen and is the recipient of the 2014 Youth Entrepreneur Award sponsored by Futurpreneur Canada.

Mehrnaz graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Master of Science and after spending four years in the biotech sector she decided to follow her passion for education. She and her team at MyGradeBooster use school subjects as a tool to teach K-12 students the key skills they need for their post-secondary education and employment.

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