Ontario’s flat fee for child care should be replaced by an income-tested fee reflecting family incomes.
A study of students across Canada between 2004 and 2015 provides an estimate of anxiety symptoms in kindergarteners, and can serve as a baseline for comparing children’s anxiety after COVID-19.
Women meet to weave, reflect, commiserate, share culture and tell stories in hopes of passing down ancestral knowledge.
Therapy dogs are a proven support for students experiencing high levels of stress. During the pandemic, in-person encounters were less possible, but virtual sessions also recorded an improvement.
Even with ongoing unpredictability of the pandemic, there’s a role for principals as activist, socially just leaders in a post-pandemic world.
Revamping standardized testing needs to be accompanied with tangible actions to mitigate students’ opportunity gaps at the community level, particularly for racialized students.
Direct instruction matters in learning to read, but reading can’t happen unless children are supported in making connections to what they know and their experiences.
Ontario’s incoming government after the election will have its work cut out for it in restoring the public’s faith after extensive school closures.
Rethinking accountability structures, how to engage parents and the community and how to support anti-racist leadership competencies all matter.
Over the course of a career and retirement, gender pay gaps lead to a difference of roughly half-a-million dollars for women professors relative to their male counterparts.