Collaborative Inquiry and Ontario’s system leaders

October 6, 2015 at 1:00 pm Leave a comment

The Ministry has released 3 new monographs in the Capacity Building series,and #42 is titled System Leaders and Collaborative Inquiry.

From page 1: “This monograph highlights the experiences of directors and superintendents of education – system leaders in Ontario and elsewhere – to look at CI’s potential to create the conditions system-wide for creatively addressing the complexities of education today. We hope it sparks productive dialogue across the province on how to make our system the best that it can be.”

Check it out!


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