Some children with autism struggle to express how they feel, but research shows music can help them develop better emotional skills.
The federal government has temporarily widened eligibility for food assistance to more students. Two scholars argue this needs to be made permanent and be accompanied with an awareness campaign.
It has been an uphill battle to make the case for Black studies courses and programs in Canadian universities.
The government’s race report suggests ethnic minority graduates gain less from university because of poor course choices. Our findings show that’s not quite true.
No single factor can entirely account for students’ persistence and it's important to take an integrated approach to keep more children in school.
Government has limited resources to improve quality in schools in Ghana.
Current learning systems do not allow all learners to realise their full potential.
There are concerns that the longer girls spend out of school, the more they are at risk of dropping out.
Michelle Obama's fun new show is great for teaching children where food comes from but misses an opportunity.
Contact with nature at a young age makes a big difference later in life.
When deciding whether to study abroad, though, social factors are just as important as funding.
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Around 33,000 child marriages took place in 2020 in Indonesia, a new report shows. This comes with more girls in Australia's region dropping out of school and taking on more caring responsibilities.
Research suggests that reminding Americans – Democrats and Republicans – of their family history creates empathy for immigrants and more favorable views toward immigration.
Time in the camps does not move forward and educated refugees are stuck, without the opportunity to create a path for a better future.
Nigeria could close the skills gap in the manufacturing sector by including 3D printing in the curriculum of engineering programmes.
Let's not ignore how the racist philosophy behind residential schools shaped mainstream education. Ryerson foresaw Canada's continuing evolution into a "civilized," white, culturally British nation.
Pupils who aren't exposed to different perspectives won't be equipped to participate in and contribute to a democratic society.
Taking part in creative activities with little ones can help bolster their communication, build their sense of self and even improve their health and wellbeing.
COVID-19 has exposed how systemic racism affects the lives of many racialized students in Canada. But what are some possible solutions?