Failing Boys: Video Debates Video Debates Part 1: Are parents to blame? Add to ... The Globe and Mail Published Thursday, Oct. 21 2010, 11:54 AM EDT Last updated Friday, Oct. 22 2010, 5:24 PM EDT Video debate: Before assessing blame, U of T's Kathleen Gallagher says you have to ask, 'what is our measure of success'? Watch More Video: Are parents to blame? Video: Educators building pathways between universities and colleges Roger Martin: We must cultivate curiosity Olivier Roy: Students need to be partners with universities Travis Perry: Students bear too much of the financial burden Jennifer Lee: Graduate students lack real world experience Athena Green: High school doesn't prepare students for university Sara Diamond: Universities must reach out to their communities David Helfand, education innovator: One class at a time Sherry Mantyka: Making math add up Robert Huish: A course in changing the world Robert Mendenhall: Measuring learning, not time Hossein Rahnama: Monetizing education Daphne Koller: Education as a right Mike Glover: Too much theory, not enough practical knowledge Bring down language, cultural barriers Stephanie Rempel: Foreign study should be encouraged Video: Our education system is ready for reform Michael Ignatieff: Class size hurts teacher-student dialogue Robert Luke: Introduce career counselling earlier Lloyd Axworthy: Technology is reshaping post-secondary education Comments AA More Related to this Story Part 2: Are we too quick to medicate boys? Part 3: Can haves and have nots co-exist? Failing Boys Part 4: Where are all the male teachers?