Advisory report on TDSB identifies numerous structural problems dating back to 1998

The review panel, led by former Toronto mayor Barbara Hall, identified such problems as micromanaging trustees who stay in office too long to streaming that puts a disproportionate number of wealthier kids into academic courses to a culture at board headquarters that separates top administrators into an ‘in-crowd’ and an ‘out-crowd’

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Dave Tate, Esq. comments. You might ask why I have forwarded this article. No, I’m not directly interested in Toronto school board matters. But the article, and the evaluation of the board, point to issues that are relevant to a lot of boards which have significant problems and issues. So, its a good discussion to consider in light of your board. And, isn’t that a huge school system, 600 schools and 232,000 students.