A recent UNICEF report ranked Canada 37th out of 41 high-income countries around access to nutritious food for children, below the United States and just over Bulgaria, Malta, Turkey.
Israel's school textbooks have the same and sometimes worse problems than Palestinian school textbooks.
Stairs and Keating are two of many Canadians who helped colonize the continent and continue to be commemorated.
Students should learn how to process that anger so that their relationships can withstand the challenges that dealing with climate change is going to include.
Tom Bennett, who is the keynote at this week's Leadership Conference for educators, has connections to very troubling claims about links between student performance, race, and the heritability of IQ.
Have you heard of First Peoples Principles of Learning, a list of approaches to learning common amongst Indigenous peoples for the multiple millennia before colonization and the residential schools?
Well-being for our children and for our planet should be the ultimate goal of learning. We can't afford for it not to be.
The class of 2030 will begin school in a few short weeks. How can schooling foster the creativity needed to solve the world's biggest problems, including climate change and the refugee crisis?
David J. Climenhaga
Recent comments Kenney made on education policy in Alberta suggest that he will appeal to the province's religious right throughout his campaign.
The problem with scientific guidance is that science changes. Lately, I've been tallying up all the times in my life that conventional scientific wisdom has flip-flopped.