2002 Recipient

Mark Anderson

Regina, Saskatchewan
And Justice for Some: The Funding of Historical, Independent High Schools in Saskatchewan
At the time Mark was a CAPSLE Fellow, he worked as an English teacher at Luther College High School in Regina, teaching students from grade 10-12 including those participating in the prestigious International Baccalaureate program. Mark received a Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Education and Masters of Education from the University of Regina. In addition to the CAPSLE Fellowship, he received a League of Educational Administrators, Directors and Superintendents of Saskatchewan (LEADS) Scholarship.

Ken Brien

Edmonton, Alberta
High School Vice-Principals: Decision-Making Confined by Legal Constraints
Dr. Ken Brien conducted his doctoral research at the University of Alberta. His dissertation, entitled “School discipline in a legal and regulatory environment: Perspectives of high school vice-principals,” was completed in 2004. He worked previously as a high school teacher and administrator in Northern Ontario for 15 years. He is currently a sessional lecturer in the Faculty of Education at the University of Alberta, where he is also active in many student, department, faculty, and university committees. His research interests include discipline, governance, administration, and policy-making in high schools.