Waterloo Region District School Board’s suspension of the Student Resource Officer program is one step toward ending racism in schools but much more still needs to be done.
If Ontario's de-streaming of high schools isn't accompanied with other efforts to address cultural norms and values, streaming in many other forms and guises will continue.
Turning food scraps and yard trimmings into compost improves soil, making it easier for people to grow their own food. City composting programs spread those benefits more widely.
Study presents a model that can be scaled to improve learning outcomes and transition rates for young people living in urban informal settlements.
Politicians and public health officials appeal to our sense of fairness in requesting the public's co-operation in controlling the pandemic. But COVID-19 doesn't affect everyone equally.
Ghana has ambitious policies on gender equity but is struggling to realise them.
More women on corporate boards means more opportunities for women, and better performances by businesses.
Global health researchers, funders and journals are not walking the talk on equity, diversity and inclusion.
Despite the hard evidence of the excellent benefits of gender, racial and other diversity on research teams, public criticism on the benefits of equity and diversity programs still exists.
Family firms can attract investor interest, yet owners are often reluctant to offer equity. New research indicates that concerns of potential interference and emotions are two of the key issues.
There are many conversations these days around 'successful dying.' Two African American scholars argue why these conversations need to include race and how it impacts life span.
When care is equity-oriented, patients report fewer depression and trauma symptoms, less chronic pain and improved quality of life.
In examining and addressing opportunity gaps for racialized students in schools, school boards must learn to account for present-day and historical inequities.
The extent to which schools foster political deliberation, engagement, understanding and empathy has far-reaching implications for our democracy.
The award of a Nobel Prize in physics to Donna Strickland is an opportunity to build support for women in science, says one female physics professor.
VET’s role in employable skill development is critical. But we also need to strongly support the role VET plays in getting disadvantaged groups into education and work.
What Strickland achieved is impressive. But it isn’t a sign that the patriarchy is being smashed.
Efforts to conserve nature needs to include communities.
Under representation of women in the science and engineering career fields is a result of poor work life balance.
From the 20th-century process of policy trial and error, the nations that married the strengths of markets and government came out ahead.