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Yesterday BCF’s Executive Director, Nancy Strickland, received an Honorary Degree from Trent University for her years of service to the Kingdom of Bhutan.
Watch parts 1 and 2 of her address to the 2010 class of Trent.

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When it comes to education in Bhutan there have been few greater champions of the cause than Nancy Strickland. Having begun her career as an educator in Zimbabwe, Nancy then taught for three years in Eastern Bhutan, followed by one year in the High Arctic.
Nancy’s love for Bhutan eventually motivated her to return as coordinator of the Canadian Cooperation Office in Thimphu, where she supported a number of CIDA-funded education projects. […]

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The International Development Research Centre (IDRC) recently reported on Bhutan’s integration of the pillars of Gross National Happiness into Bhutanese society. What may once have been a “hazy dream” is now rooted in reality as Bhutan defines GNH and its role in the safeguarding their unique culture, while embracing a modern society and a growing economy.GNH is also rapidly transforming Bhutan’s education system.
“Bhutan’s government is eager to integrate sustainable development and […]

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The Toronto Star’s Rick Westhead explores the transformation of education in Bhutan.
Bhutan ‘infusing’ happiness in math, science classes – thestar.com

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In February six intrepid and passionate Canadian teachers set out on the journey of a lifetime- teaching abroad in the Kingdom of Bhutan! Now in the fourth month of their year long teaching abroad adventure, two of our teachers share their thoughts on teaching in Bhutan.Ann Berman, Special Education Consultant and Primary School Teacher in Mongar
“May 2nd is Teachers’ Day, and here in Bhutan it is a big deal. Something like Christmas for teachers in Canada. This year it fell […]

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