The presence of Indigenous peoples in conversations in Canada about the flourishing of Indigenous languages and critical Indigenous education is essential.
Citizens of Wisconsin were widely opposed to former governor Scott Walker's attempts to make higher education serve the business community. Doug Ford and Ontario citizens should take note.
The relevance of lighting at schools may seem easy to overlook, but both insufficient exposure to daylight and high visual demand on the eyes can adversely impact children.
Is a $25 million judgement against Oberlin College going to chill free speech – or is the wealth of a publicly subsidized private college helping polarize debates about race and politics?
This Canada Day might be a good time for Canadians to think about the Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action that ask Canadians to reject European sovereignty over Indigenous lands and peoples.
Grade 4 student Charlene seemed chronically off-task -- until an educator noticed she was, in fact, the sole student pursuing the question, 'Was the oil boom bad for our wildlife?'
Students -- and indeed all of us -- must learn to ask questions about what stories are told, and the implications of what stories are not being told.
Our children can't continue to grow up in a world where only women raise them, either at home or in early care and learning.
Developmental psychology has uncovered some lesser-known, yet important ways that fathers improve their children’s lives.
As dads blog about their lives and changing norms and issues around fatherhood and parenting, they're pushing for social changes to benefit families in Canada — one blog post at a time.
Open access publishing still profits publishers, with little added value for researchers.
Adults must let go of their fears of injury and kidnapping. Children need free outdoor play to build physical immunity, psychological health, executive functioning and social skills.
Early experiences with our primary caregivers teach us what to expect throughout life.
Street art promotes public dialogue on social justice issues and can lead to opportunities for learning outside of formal schooling.
Front-line workers employed both inside and outside of the classroom are an integral part of schooling, yet we deny their work conditions are relevant to quality education.
Research shows that the provinces vary widely in their ability to produce academic results for money they spend, and PEI shows the most efficient results.
Personal interaction between teacher and students impacts learning, just as it does in the movies.
For better childhood developmental outcomes and better economics, and in the absence of other long-recommended child care policies, the child care subsidy system should be expanded, not cut.
Two math professors set the record straight on Ontario math curriculum and achievement.
While the purpose of education can't be reduced to promoting economic growth, every child out of school represents both lost opportunities — and huge economic costs — for countries.