A recent study suggests that marginalized youth feel supported and more resilient when adults encourage their ideas and missions to combat stereotypes, racism and Islamophobia.
Progressive responses that problematize Ontario’s new opt-out policy for sex ed might reinforce the misleading idea that parents are an obstacle to their children’s sex education.
The adverse environmental impacts of academic travel are known. It is now up to institutions to determine how to adapt to these impacts.
In some Manitoba schools, educators are working to recognize that the most urgent need for children who have experienced trauma is to establish the child’s sense of safety in the school.
Children’s needs change as they grow and develop, so parents should attune themselves to talking to their children in age-appropriate ways that demonstrate ongoing care.
New national data, on campuses and elsewhere, can help shift our shared narratives about the root causes of gender-based violence.
As students and faculty start a new academic year, it’s a good time to highlight the barriers to Indigenizing the campus and the importance of Indigenous voices on campus.
When children take up instruments they’re not passionate about, most don’t stick with music for long, and that’s a shame.
Decades of inadequate teaching material and resources to support Black students in Ontario means they are severely underserved by their schools.
Doug Ford’s unveiling of a new Grade 1-8 sex education curriculum is strikingly similar to the maligned 2015 version. The result is confused Ontario parents.
Transforming knowledge and letting oneself be transformed by the knowledge of others requires slowness, almost an asceticism.
Developing fluency in handwriting matters for literacy outcomes, and handwriting is an elegant testimony to the unique power of the human voice.
Some parents in Québec are being reimbursed after a ruling that they were overcharged school fees. If taxes cover public schools, should parents have to pay at all?