Ministry of Education grade 11 and 12 philosophy curriculum documents (2013 revision)
Ontario Ministry of Education philosophy curriculum documents (2000)
Ontario Catholic Graduate Expectations pertaining to philosophy
Ontario College of Teachers Additional Qualification Course Guideline
First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Connections, Scope and Sequence of Expectations (2016)
First Nations, Métis & Inuit Education Association of Ontario
Federation of Australasian Philosophy in Schools Associations
New Zealand Association of Philosophy Teachers
Canadian university and college philosophy programs
American university and college philosophy programs
The following is a sample of the wealth of resources that are available. Wikipedia, Stanford and IEP are the major resources, the latter two the most academically rigorous.
A suggestion: Start with Wikipedia. Each entry ends with External Links, a goldmine of references.
Specific articles about all philosophy topics
Free on-line encyclopedias
Subscription on-line encyclopedia
Films and Documentaries
MOOCs (massive on-line open courses)
Podcasts and Blogs
Sites with philosophy and related content
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For instance: John R. Searle, Michael Sandel, aesthetics, Friedrich Nietzsche.