Did any of the news surprise you? Not really. I think we got lucky in that regard because we were prepared for a decision knowing the court’s makeup and the fact that it was willing to overturn precedent. We had predicted that the justices would essentially overturn the affirmative action rulings that the court had […]
Robyn Michaud can’t remember having a single discussion about Indigenous history and culture throughout her entire primary and secondary school education — or the first 15 years of her teaching career. Despite what she calls some positive milestones for Indigenous learnings in Ontario public schools, there’s something she says is largely missing — Indigenous educators.
Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News Western University’s faculty of education is speeding up and modifying the process to become a certified teacher amid what officials are calling a critical shortage in classrooms provincewide. Published June 12, 2023 • Last updated June 12, 2023 • 2 minute read (Free Press file photo) Article content Western
The Labrador campus of Memorial University has launched its first graduate programs. Students will now be able to pursue a graduate diploma, master’s degree or PhD in Arctic and Subarctic futures at the campus, in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. “This program is a dream, it’s been years in the making,” said Ashlee Cunsolo, dean of the
Nova Scotia’s education minister says regional centers for education across the province and the French language school board have reached a tentative agreement with CUPE for educational support staff, staving off a possible strike by thousands of school support workers. Minister Becky Druhan said in an interview with the CBC’s Information Morning on Wednesday that
Taipei, Taiwan — It is Jamie Wang’s headline show at Taipei’s Two Three Comedy and the audience loves her. She has been doing standup sets at shows and open-mic nights here for a year. Tonight, she is wearing a pink minidress with knee-high white boots, her eyeshadow glittering under the spotlight. She gives a dry
Do you want to take your accounting and finance career globally? Becoming a member of CPA Australia in the Philippines could be your ticket to making a big impact on the world stage. After living and working in Singapore for 12 years, in early 2022 Sherry Lou Pena CPA (Aust.) returned to the Philippines and