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Universities are open for in-person classes, but much of the curriculum is still only online

In the News   |   September 7, 2021

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Postsecondary students are heading back to campuses this week after a year of studying remotely, but many of them are finding much of their course work is still only available online. Surging case counts driven by the... read more

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The make-up test: When Canada’s schools open again, how will they catch students up after a year of lost learning?

In the News   |   September 3, 2021

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After multiple waves of COVID-19 outbreaks and school closings, some students are months behind in the curriculum – so educators are changing it. Here’s how. Pointers for parents on the COVID-19 learning gap When students... read more

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Ryerson University decides to change name amid reckoning on Indigenous residential schools

In the News   |   August 27, 2021

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Ryerson University will change its name following a recommendation from a special task force that examined the legacy of its namesake, Egerton Ryerson. The task force concluded the university should be renamed to better reflect... read more

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Back-to-school anticipation has become a time of great anxiety for many families

In the News   |   August 24, 2021

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Only days after Brampton, Ont., mother Arvinder Singh responded to a Peel District School Board e-mail confirming she would send both of her children back for in-person learning next month, she began to feel uneasy.... read more

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The fourth wave is here – what does this mean for kids heading back to school?

In the News   |   August 19, 2021

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Children and teenagers account for about one in five COVID-19 cases across Canada since the start of the pandemic, and some experts anticipate that figure could rise during the fourth wave as millions of unvaccinated... read more

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University of Ottawa makes COVID-19 vaccination mandatory for in-class learning

In the News   |   August 11, 2021

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The University of Ottawa will make vaccination mandatory for in-class learning, becoming only the second postsecondary school in Canada to do so amid growing calls from students and professors for stronger measures. The university joins... read more

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Masks, physical distancing top Ontario’s COVID-19 back-to-school plan

Articles of Interest   |   August 4, 2021

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Ontario students will be required to wear masks and maintain physical distancing indoors wherever possible when they return to the classroom next month, but will be allowed to participate in many extracurricular activities that had... read more

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Ontario schools should resume normal activities this fall, provincial COVID-19 science advisers recommend

In the News   |   July 20, 2021

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Ontario students should return to schools that look more normal in the fall, with sports and clubs, no lineups for daily health checks at the door, and optional masking – as long as there is... read more

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‘COVID-opoly’ and time capsules: students across Canada reflect on learning, living through history

In the News   |   July 12, 2021

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Lorelai and Rory Gilmore drink a lot of coffee on the television series Gilmore Girls. So it was important for Else Watt to prominently display a coffee mug in the pandemic diorama she made for a... read more

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Will schools return to ‘normal’ in September? Health experts say it depends on various factors

In the News   |   June 21, 2021

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One morning this week, Jeff Crane pulled into the parking lot of the public school where he has worked for more than eight years, but this time, he had to show identification to gain entry.... read more

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Vancouver School Board phases out honours programs in high schools

In the News   |   June 16, 2021

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The Vancouver School Board is cutting honours courses in math and science in its high schools because the school district says they do not comply with the equity and inclusion goal of ensuring that all... read more

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Ryerson statue toppled as calls amplify for name change at Toronto university

Articles of Interest   |   June 8, 2021

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Ryerson University is facing growing calls from its faculty to change the name of the university after a campus statue honouring its namesake, Egerton Ryerson, was toppled following a sit-in to honour the victims of... read more

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Ontario students won’t return to in-person learning for the rest of school year, Doug Ford announces

In the News   |   June 3, 2021

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Ontario’s two million public school students will learn remotely for the last four weeks of the academic year as the government looks to keep its large-scale reopening plans for the summer on track, rather than... read more

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Alberta calls for national security rules for academics to prevent intellectual property transfer to China

In the News   |   May 25, 2021

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Alberta is urging the federal government to set strong national standards to ensure that Canadian universities and researchers are not transferring scientific data and intellectual property to China that benefits its military and security apparatus.... read more

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Ontario’s graduating teacher candidates rush to write math competency test

In the News   |   May 10, 2021

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Graduating student teachers across Ontario will be scrambling to write a math proficiency test the provincial government is making available on Monday, following a months-long delay that has prevented would-be educators from clearing a final... read more

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