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We are all keen to understand how teens are dealing with issues of gender, sexuality and inclusion, and we are fortunate to have three CAIS students share their stories and advice. This video is intended to stimulate a dialogue among students, faculty and school leaders regarding attitudes and beliefs towards sexual orientation, gender identity and how schools can foster a more inclusive and safe environment.
By Paul G. Kitchen, Head of School at Rothesay Netherwood School
In 1965 I was a new grade 9 boarding student beginning what I thought would be a grand adventure. Both of my brothers had spent five years at boarding school, so I didn't ask any questions. When I was going into grade 9, it just seemed that it was my turn. Little did I know that my turn would end up lasting 46 years ...
The month of June can be tough on teachers – everyone is tired, cranky, and ready for a holiday. I was so inspired by the story of one of Jacob’s favourite teachers, Rory Gilfillan, that I asked him to share it ...
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