This goes well beyond a slip; it's a conceit with a useful history in disparaging Indigenous claims.
Cold War reminiscences are always about denigrating the former Soviet Bloc. Yet, despite the many faults of that system, education was not one of them.
'We Were Feminist Once' decontextualizes the radical arguments that support Andi Zeisler's thesis.
Recent revelations of the misuse and alteration of images and plagiarism were enabled by journalists, photographers and academics using the search and collaboration capacities of the web.
Margaret Wente personifies the Globe's brand. Editor-in-chief David Walmsley is just her delivery boy.
Without an investigation, the paper stands by its columnist. But shouldn't the Globe do a thorough investigation, like the other papers that have found themselves in the same position?
Her plagiarism is the least of The Globe and Mail's problems. The rot goes to the top.
Experts and faculty alike are saying cheating is epidemic in Canada, but universities seem slow to act. Three professors weigh in on the scope of academic dishonesty -- and its consequences.
David J. Climenhaga
As any student of history knows, it's always a problem when you find yourself fighting a war on two fronts.
The script at the Toronto school board this week runs like a remake of Bad Teacher, the 2011 film. It stars (now former) board director Chris Spence, caught plagiarizing in several articles.