Day 6 | Nov 1, 2013 | 9:24

    Calgary school axes honour roll

    Some parents in Calgary aren't very happy with a local school's decision to get rid of things like the honour roll. The school cites the work of controversial author and Day 6 guest Alfie Kohn on why rewards can hinder rather than help learning.

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