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How an Inuit-Montessori preschool hopes to reinvent education in the North

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The program at Pirurvik, an early childhood education centre in Pond Inlet, Nunavut, for which the name means “a place to grow,” was developed three years ago by combining traditional Inuit knowledge with the Montessori method. Its founders recently won the Arctic Inspiration Prize, known as “the Nobel of the North.” Kieran Oudshoorn’s documentary is called A Little Nest.

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