Voice speaks to anti-Black racism and equity educator Kike Ojo-Thompson.
We teach a unique class of intensive ESL junior and senior kindergarten students. We have a minimum of 10 different first languages in our morning and afternoon classes - a total of 80 students from a variety of backgrounds.
Considering its recent assault upon educators and public schools in Ontario, it’s not surprising that the provincial government has been slow to publicize the findings of a report it commissioned in 1998.
"Use your Bingo Voice," the teacher said, as the child tried to tell her story. We were in a kindergarten room doing a Telling Bee, and the five-year-old, eyes downcast, was shyly whispering her story to the class.
At the World Conference on Women in Beijing in 1995, women from the Fédération des femmes du Québec (FFQ) proposed an ambitious plan to fight poverty and violence against women on an international scale.
Cable in the Classroom (CITC) provides commercial-free, copyright-cleared, educational television programming free of charge to public schools across Canada.
For the first time in years, teachers have many excellent opportunities to move within their systems, to relocate to other jurisdictions, or to pursue positions of added responsibility.
What do today's teenagers think about gender equity and job equity?
Having a disability means being frequently unable to participate in activities other people take for granted. It also means confronting negative attitudes and reactions, which can be very challenging.
In a world increasingly dependent on technology, technology is everybody’s business — or should be. Girls’ and women’s enrolment in math and science courses has improved over the last few decades.