The idea that First Nations should control First Nations education seems to make a lot of sense, especially given certain historical considerations, and it may in fact be a step in the right direction. But could we take the logic of devolving control a few steps further? In my latest Québécois Libre article, "Individual Control of Individual Education," I argue that we could do a much better job of educating our kids by handing the reins over to them and their parents.
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Bradley Doucet is a Montreal writer and the English Editor of Le Québécois Libre.
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