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Advancing Education: The Issues Ahead

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On Thursday March 7 th Daybreak held a Town Hall Forum on the issues of where education and schooling is going.

Panel members were Lynn Bossetti, Dean of Education from UBC Okanagan.
Long time retired educator Rolli Cacchioni, who worked as a teacher, principal and chair of the Central Okanagan School board.
Also on the panel was Sunddip Panesar, an educational consultant who trains and evaluates new teachers.
Grade 12 student Stephanie Cates from Okanagan Mission Secondary gave her perspective on how schools are meeting a student's needs.

The Town Hall was held at the Streaming Cafe in Kelowna at 596 Leon Avenue.

You can also go to the webpage set up for this series to find the stories we assembled.
Here is a recording of the Town Hall meeting.

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