Yesterday I completed my blog and sent it off to our Admin Team for viewing prior to posting it today. I had written about the complexities of dealing with ambiguity and felt it an apt post for this time of year.
This past week, the OECD (the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development) released its PISA (Program for International School Assessment) results and these results have created quite a stir, particularly in the area of math outcomes and Canada’s ranking relative to 33 other member countries.
Each year a panel of alumnae, spanning classes from the 50s to the 70s, award an Alumnae Scholarship to a current Grade 12 student. Applicants submit an essay on what it means to them to be a Clementine and the panel selects one student who receives a financial contribution toward their university tuition.