Canadian school pushes all students to succeed

03/21/2010 | Calgary Herald (Alberta)

A school in Canada's Alberta province that has adopted the philosophy "Learning for all ... whatever it takes" has seen a rise in achievement among students, many of whom are immigrants and youths with behavioural, learning and physical issues. "Kids reach for what you put out for them. If we have low expectations, that's as far as the kids will go," Principal Mike Bolder said.

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