By Antonella Artuso | Published in the Toronto Sun | Published: April 11, 2018 | Updated: April 11, 2018 9:54 PM EDT
Premier Kathleen Wynne received a rough reception from the audience at the first ever Black issues debate as she defended her government’s record on education, jails and carding.
Moderator Royson James said there’s a crisis in education — that for every 100 black students slated to leave high school, just 69 graduate and only 18 go on to college or university.
After Wynne talked about the changes her government has made in education, James said to her, “You do know that whatever you’re doing isn’t working.”
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