September 1, 1970

Eight graduates, and what T-groups did, or did not, do for them 3839

Eight graduates, and what T-groups did, or did not, do for them

DOCTORS AND SOCIAL scientists cannot assess T-group training because of the lack of follow-up research. Maclean’s did its own — by going back to a group of people who shared last year’s Claremont Experiment with Nancy MacNeill: Margaret, 25, sociologist: “Before Claremont, I was a walking cortex with little connection between my intellect and my heart.
The Funniest Film Actor Canada Has Ever Produced 4041
ENTERTAINMENT

The Funniest Film Actor Canada Has Ever Produced

TITLE OF MOVIE: Alex in Wonderland. LOCATION Outside the giant Trans World Airlines hangar at Los Angeles International Airport. SCENE: A surrealist sequence in which Alex, an underground film maker, imagines himself caught in a killer smog.
Mid-Canada (and Calvary United) answer back 1819
OUR VIEW YOUR VIEW

Mid-Canada (and Calvary United) answer back

I am a member of Calvary United Church, London. I am infuriated at the misrepresentation and one-sided view presented by Walter Stewart (The People Who Don’t Make News, July). I am also in the choir and I attended the service discussed by him.
The Brave New World belongs to us—not science 1213
OUR VIEW YOUR VIEW

The Brave New World belongs to us—not science

ONE REASON FOR the anguish and turmoil of the present world is that many of our priorities are all wrong. Dogs and cats in North America are fed more calories each day than the average person in India. We honor men who have achieved fantastic wealth by exploiting people and natural resources.
ALTERNATIVE NO. 1: 'THE FINEST CURRICULUM'PLUS FRENCH FROM AGE THREE 3233

ALTERNATIVE NO. 1: 'THE FINEST CURRICULUM'PLUS FRENCH FROM AGE THREE

TOM LANGAN IS A professor of philosophy at the University of Toronto and not, perhaps, your average middle-class father wondering why Johnny can't read. But in the financial sense, Professor Langan shares the dilemma of every middle-class parent dissatisfied with the public-school system.
IS YOUR CHILD WASTING EIGHT YEARS OF HIS LIFE IN TODAY’S PRIMARY SCHOOL? 2829
CANADA’S NATIONAL MAGAZINE

IS YOUR CHILD WASTING EIGHT YEARS OF HIS LIFE IN TODAY’S PRIMARY SCHOOL?

THE SLANGING CAN get vicious. The right and left wings of education become pretty intemperate when they argue the ways they would teach our children. They are polarized today between those who say schooling should be an uninhibited path to self-enrichment and those who favor schools directed to more traditional goals.

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