Education

Education

News
Aug 10, 2010
A photo in SOPUDEP's school office of a kindergarten student who died in the earthquake.  Affectionately known as "Préval" because of a family connection to the country's president, she was one of 28 students who died. All photos: Darren Ell

The struggle for education in Haiti

Darren Ell
The story of how one Haitian school is trying to help its students and teachers, and what it represents for the rest of the country.
News
Jul 15, 2010
Israel's education minister to punish boycott supporters. Hundreds of college professors have signed a petition accusing the minister of endangering academic freedoms. Photo: arully/Flickr

Witch-hunt begins in Israeli schools and colleges

Jonathan Cook
Israel's education minister is to punish boycott supporters. Hundreds of college professors have signed a petition accusing the minister of endangering academic freedoms.
Podcast
Jun 6, 2010

North Vancouver alternative school to close

Redeye
Windsor House was set up in the 1970s to meet the needs of students -- and their parents -- who were dissatisfied by the regular school system.
News
May 17, 2010

War on public schools rages

Donald Gutstein
Supporters of public education need to realize they're in the middle of a war for its future, and they're losing.
Podcast
May 11, 2010

A new place to find anti-racism resources

Redeye
Anti-racism.ca is a website designed for a wide variety of users from employers and workers to students and educators. Michael Ma teaches in the department of criminology at Kwantlen College.
Blog
Apr 12, 2010

Expiration dated

J. Maureen Henderson
Harsh truth about the realities of do-overs and course corrections for young adults.

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