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Minimum volume cusped hyperbolic three-manifolds
This paper is the second in a series whose goal is to understand the structure of low-volume complete orientable hyperbolic 3-manifolds. Using Mom technology, we prove that any one-cusped hyperbolicExpand
Minimum volume hyperbolic 3-manifolds
We enumerate the small-volume manifolds that can be obtained by Dehn filling on Mom-2 and Mom-3 manifolds as defined by Gabai, Meyerhoff, and the author. In so doing we complete the proof that theExpand
Mapping the spatial dimensions of participatory practice: A discussion of context in evaluation.
In participatory or collaborative evaluation practice, context is considered a complex, relational and social phenomenon that frames the parameters of the inquiry process in profound ways. To help usExpand
This paper is the first in a series whose goal is to understand the structure of low-volume complete orientable hyperbolic 3-manifolds. Here we introduce Mom technology and enumerate the hyperbolicExpand
Line arrangements in ℍ
If M = H 3 /G is a hyperbolic manifold and γ ⊂ M is a simple closed geodesic, then γ lifts to a collection of lines in H 3 acted upon by G. In this paper we show that such a collection of linesExpand
The Nature of Principals’ Work and Leadership in French as a Second Language Learning in Ontario Schools
French as a second language (FSL) education is mandatory in Ontario from Grades 4 to 9. The majority of students enrol in Core French (CF), which has an obligatory status in policy but isExpand
Imagining Good Organizations
This paper provides a philosophical and methodological analysis which aims to support research on social justice in educational organizations. It traces a path from Thomas Greenfield’s ethicalExpand
Uncovering the mysteries of inclusion: Empirical and methodological possibilities in participatory evaluation in an international context.
The inclusion of stakeholders in participatory evaluation in highly diverse, culturally complex settings remains a challenge, given issues of inequity, power, voice, capacity and skill. TheseExpand
Evaluating Social Innovations
Social innovations (SIs) frequently bring previously unrelated actors, ideas, and practices together in new configurations with the goal of addressing social needs. However, the dizzying variety ofExpand