What are the benefits of a kagan-led school?

An Ontario kagan, who helped set up a new community school in B.C. in 2016, has been named one of Canada’s 100 most influential people by the Toronto Star.

Kagan Cooper, co-founder of the B.A.C.-based Cooper Foundation, was also named one the country’s top philanthropists by the Canadian Council for the Arts.

He is a board member of the Cooper Foundation and a director of the University of Toronto’s Center for Excellence in Education.

Kahan Cooper’s impact on education is as big as the B-C.C., and he has a lot to say about how the province and the country can make education more inclusive and equitable.

He was a key part of the effort to transform the University’s first kagan centre in the 1980s.

The new centre, which opened in 2012, was part of an ambitious plan to transform what would become the largest public university in the world.

Kagan and his wife, Gail, are both philanthropists, and he is the co-chair of the foundation’s education policy council.

Cooper said he is inspired by the importance of learning and believes that people need to be exposed to different perspectives.

“I think that when you hear the word diverse and diverse, it’s very hard to imagine a community that is not all white, all male and all in the know about the world,” he said.

“I am an inclusive person, I don’t care what colour you are, I am interested in you and I want you to be successful.

I think learning from people is the key to success.

I’m really passionate about the importance to bring people together and build bridges.”

Kagan said learning from others is a crucial part of learning.

His foundation is helping the Bancroft Institute of Technology to expand its kagan program in Alberta.

Its alumni include actor Chris Rock, who became a Bancrot graduate in 2015 and currently serves as a lecturer.

Cooper said that when it comes to education, he hopes that the BIS is able to provide an inclusive environment and to help all students to learn from each other.

“We need to learn to be more tolerant of diversity, to see that people can be successful and achieve things,” he told CBC News.

But for now, Cooper said, it is important that Bancrop continue to be open and welcoming.

Students who want to attend Cooper’s kagan can do so online at bancrofts.ca.

A bancrot spokesperson said that while Cooper’s school has become an institution, he has not received any formal support from the school.

With files from The Canadian Press