Rodney A. Clifton is the Editor and a Senior Fellow at the Frontier Centre for Public Policy, responsible for the organization’s research program, and a professor emeritus at the University of Manitoba. He received his B.Ed. and M.Ed. from the University of Alberta, his Ph.D. from the University of Toronto, and his Fil. Dr. from the University of Stockholm. Among his numerous academic awards is the R.W.B. Jackson Research Award, Canadian Educational Researchers’ Association awarded in 1988. Clifton has written for numerous newspapers and journals including the Canadian Journal of Education, Policy Options, Sociology of Education, the National Post, The Epoch Times, and the Winnipeg Free Press. His books include Socioeconomic Status, Attitudes, and Educational Performance: A Comparison of Students in England and New Zealand; Authority in Classrooms; Crosscurrents: Contemporary Canadian Educational Issues; Recent Social Trends in Canada, 1960-2000; and What’s Wrong with Our Schools and How We Can Fix Them. Clifton’s most recent book is From Truth comes Reconciliation: An Assessment of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report, which was edited with Mark DeWolf.