Series 17 - Ursula Franklin Academy

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UTA 1287-17

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Ursula Franklin Academy

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  • 1993-1999, n.d. (Creation)

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0.13 m of textual records
0.13 m of graphic records
1 file of oversized textual records

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Series consists of records relating to Ursula Franklin Academy, a secondary school operated by the Toronto District School Board and founded in 1995. The school originally operated out of the former Brockton High School and moved to Western Technical-Commercial School in 2002. The school was named after Dr. Franklin and is modeled on her vision of education.

Records in this series primarily document the founding and early days of the school, including correspondence, information packages, and materials from the school opening. Some files relate to the school’s ongoing activities, and conversations about education method, as documented in newsletters, event notices, and some correspondence. Series also includes matted photographs from the opening of the school, including photographs of Dr. Franklin with Jane Jacobs.

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1 file containing student information (B2015-0005/065(08)) is restricted until 2045.

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B2015-0005/065(01)-/065(11)

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B2015-0005/067(08)

Retrieval code (photographs)

B2015-0005/002P(01)-(15)

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