LAWTON: Should universities have a monopoly on teacher training?
LAWTON: Should universities have a monopoly on teacher training?

Earlier this year, a group of teachers in Alberta attended a two-day session on early literacy and phonics led by a Harvard-trained cognitive scientist, revealing significant gaps in their education degree training, with multiple teachers reporting to have learned more in these sessions than in their entire education degree programs. Alberta Classical Academy founder Caylan Ford joined True North’s Andrew Lawton to explain why universities shouldn’t have a monopoly on teacher training.

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