She has been concentrating on writing and research into teaching practice in adult literacy and numeracy.
Her own education (a four-year BA from Carleton University and a teaching certificate earned at the University of Saskatchewan) informs her teaching practice less than her politics of inclusion and the lessons her students have taught her.
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