The Education of Indians in Ontario: A Report to the Provincial Committee on Aims and Objectives of Education in the Schools of Ontario
From the report: “Knowing how much lag can be expected between the formulation of new policies, including the staging of exciting new pilot projects and the general adoption of these principles into the whole system, a key question immediately comes to mind. Taking into account the Indian question in this province, can Ontario afford to wait for this type of glacial change? School board, outlook, supervision, teacher training, textbooks must all be modified. Let someone hazard a guess as to what year or what century significant changes toward real equality will be noted in the achievement of the children,” (Sim, 1967, p. 35).