Debbie Almontaser was the founding principal of the first Arabic-language public school in the United States, until a campaign of hate forced her out.
Haiti is living through an unimaginable catastrophe, and one school dedicated to educating the poor is trying to help those hurt by last month's earthquake.
The provincial government has to find almost 300 million dollars more for public education next year, just to maintain current service. Early signs are that they will not cover the new costs.
Two leaders of the UBC student council are threatened with impeachment after they file a complaint with the United Nations against the British Columbian and federal governments over tuition fee hikes.
Conservatives, living up to the tenets of their ideology, fear change and buttress the status quo. They re-imagine school as a scene out of Leave it to Beaver.
Stark Raven: Prison Justice
A Montreal prisoner support group works with prisoners to design a workshop on sexual safety on the inside
The Simon Bolivar Youth Orchestra (SBYO) of Venezuela has taken Toronto by storm. The founder, Jose Antonio Abreu, was in town to accept the $50,000 Glenn Gould Priz
Life for the world’s poorest has become even more wretched since last July’s G8 in Italy. It’s a tough slog here, getting the needs of the neediest on the media’s agenda.