|Podcast Marc Belanger, RadioLabour | RadioLabour's Canada Report: The Alberta Union of Provincial Employees is fighting ideological cuts to advanced education. Global wages fall because of the pandemic. And more.|
|Podcast Marc Belanger, RadioLabour | RadioLabour's Canada Report: The Ontario government has $9 billion to spend on schools, but refuses. Violence against women transport workers. And more.|
|Podcast Scott Neigh | Cam Scott, Irene Bindi, and Daniel Friesen talk about the work of Police-Free Schools Winnipeg.|
|Podcast Marc Belanger, RadioLabour | RadioLabour's Canada Report: South Africa's COSATU wants a workers first agenda. Why huge data collection on students threatens privacy. And more.|
|Podcast Scott Neigh | Wendie Wilson and Rachel Zellars talk about the African Nova Scotian Freedom School.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Neil Fassina is about to leave his job as president of Athabasca University to lead Okanagan College in Kelowna, B.C.|
|Blog Kit Dobson | Current demands for pandemic discounts on tuition are imprecise and impractical, but the abolishment of fees entirely would make the social benefits of post-secondary education accessible to all.|
|Podcast Scott Neigh | Medeana Moussa and Wing Li talk about the work of Support Our Students Alberta defending the public education system.|
Current school cohorting practices are ineffective and leave itinerant teachers at increased risk, say expertsChelsea Nash | At a press conference hosted by four Ontario teacher unions, epidemiologists warned that autumn will bring higher rates of COVID-19 infection if changes are not implemented.
|Blog Jason Kunin | COVID-19 has undermined trust in the public school system, created mass incentive for private school and homeschooling options, and achieved a level of public acceptance for e-learning.|
|News Chelsea Nash | Largely left out of virtual schooling, EAs who are at risk of contracting COVID-19 may not have medical accommodations granted.|
Toronto adult day school teachers didn't know if they were returning to work until one business day before school startedChelsea Nash | Adult day school teachers are precariously employed, have no job security, no benefits and are paid less than regular high school teachers.