Menu Close

Articles on Teachers

Displaying 1 - 20 of 493 articles

A study saw racialized students in Ontario French immersion programs write monologues and stories about their experiences, and also invited immersion stakeholders like teachers and parents to give feedback on race and racism in Ontario immersion programs. (CDC)

Anti-racist, culturally responsive French immersion: Listening to racialized students is an important step towards equitable education

Listening to voices of racialized students in French immersion matters for creating more inclusive schooling.
People march in front of the Midtown Mall during a province-wide, one-day strike organized by the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation in Saskatoon, Sask., Jan. 16, 2024. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Heywood Yu

Saskatchewan teacher strike: It’s about bargaining for the common good

Chronically underfunded classrooms with fewer supports to meet student needs is a core issue for Saskatchewan teachers.
Some researchers predict social robots will become common in K-12 classrooms. selimaksan/E+ Collection/Getty Images

What social robots can teach America’s students

Social robots can be useful tools to help students learn about programming, but here’s why they won’t be replacing classroom teachers anytime soon.
Teachers had more negative comments about Black boys than they did about other groups. aldomurillo/E+ via Getty Images

We analyzed over 3.5 million written teacher comments about students and found racial bias

Teachers use tougher language when describing the misbehavior of Black children, new research shows.
Former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, left, and then-Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin participate in a debate on Sept. 28, 2021. Win McNamee/Getty Images

Back in the 1960s, the push for parental rights over school standards was not led by white conservatives but by Black and Latino parents

With control over the Virginia Legislature at stake in the Nov. 7 election, the historic battle over what is taught in public schools remains a priority for both Democrats and Republicans.
Inquiries into how reading is taught across Canada join efforts in other countries to ensure educators are supporting students’ rights to effective reading instruction. (Shutterstock)

Reading disabilities are a human rights issue — Saskatchewan joins calls to address barriers

A report from the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission outlines government and school responsibilities for educating students with disabilities and calls for changes in reading instruction.

Top contributors

More