A new mentorship program uses fiction to teach children's rights, and to help kids understand and prevent bullying.
Canadians have a deep investment in their country as a "colour-blind society." Actually, racism is everywhere, just hidden behind a polite veneer.
As Canadian kids head back to school this week, many will be hungry. Lacking fruits, vegetables and other nutritious foods, they will suffer mood problems, disease and low academic performance.
A program developed by a University of Windsor professor significantly reduces a woman's risk of rape on campus. It also focuses on communicating sexual desires.
As the first days of school approach rapidly, an educational psychologist offers strategies for combating anxiety in children and teens.
Technology requires humanity to innovate at a faster pace, but it also hampers true creative thinking. The good news? Nurturing creativity in children is easier than most people think.
University students sometimes retake courses they had previously failed. How well do they perform on their second attempt?
Creative makerspaces in Ontario schools weave passion with digital technologies to teach 21st century skills.
Two university professors explore their unlikely longtime friendship, providing lessons for parents of both "abled" and disabled children today.
An education psychologist offers tips for parents of new high school kids on everything from navigation to time management.
School can always be stressful, but starting high school for the first time comes with its own fears and anxieties. Here's some simple advice for parents to help their freshmen navigate the new year.
For many disabled students, college is the first time that they're put to the test of making their own way. The experience can be challenging, but there are strategies to help ease the way.
To post or not to post? Colleges and employers are increasingly checking social media to get a sense of their candidates. Here's what you should (and shouldn't) post in order to secure your future.
In English and science alike, every student and teacher brings his or her own language patterns to class. But how can educators make sure that language bias doesn't harm student achievement?
Every year, school districts across the U.S. try to plan out a bus schedule that works for all students while keeping costs and emissions low. Our mathematical models can help.
Teachers – get to really know your kids, their families, their community and its history, and what’s going on at home. While school policies are important, relationships are the real keys to success.
There are lots of ways teachers greatly influence children’s outcomes, including improving motivation and resilience.
Students are going back to their campuses, and ought to be aware of the danger.