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A publication of the Faculty of Education and the Education Alumni Committee

The Office of the Dean and the Education Alumni Steering Committee are pleased to introduce Queen’s Education Letter. This thematic bi-annual letter is one of our means to engage the community of educators and the public at large in a discussion of current educational issues by making accessible the ideas and research of prominent scholars on compelling topics. It is also a way to fulfill our social responsibility as a public institution and reach out to our alumni as an expression of our gratitude for their continued support.

Subscription

Queen’s Education Letter is offered free-of-charge. Access to the current issue and archived issues is available under “Recent submissions” in the right column of this webpage.

Queen's Education Letter is also delivered in bulk to select locations. The Queen’s Education Letter is supported by annually pledged donations from alumni and friends as well as matching funds from the Office of the Dean of Education.

For questions or bulk orders contact:

Bob Snell, Queen’s Faculty of Education
Tel: (613)533-6000 ext.75408
Email: edletter@educ.queensu.ca

Launch Reception for Queen's Education Letter

EducationLetterLaunchThe launch reception was held on December 7, 2005 and featured a presentation by Dr. Romulo Magsino, Dean Emeritus, Faculty of Education, University of Manitoba. Dr. Magsino presented on "Education and Religion: A Question of Rights." The presentation was followed by a lively discussion among attendees, who included; faculty and emeritus faculty, graduate students, alumni and community members interested in the publication and the theme of the first issue: human rights in education.

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