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Anti-Palestinian racism in Canadian schools and what we can do about it

Educators have an important role to play in challenging widespread erasure of Palestinian identity and anti-Palestinian racism

Will Saskatchewan Fund the Future of its Universities?

The prairie province has a choice to make—will it invest in post-secondary education, or get left behind?

Saskatchewan teachers’ strike is a fight over the future of public education

The government is trying to implement a neoliberal model, and the teachers’ fight is for an expanded public role

Saskatchewan’s attacks on trans students are cynical scapegoating

Scott Moe is teaching a master class in political opportunism

Anti-trans school panic is about controlling kids

For gender-inclusive education, not one step back

Provincial anti-trans school policies are also attacks on public education

What’s behind Saskatchewan and New Brunswick’s targeting of queer and trans youth?

Monitoring the situation

CCPA materials illuminate lessons on inequality

Canada’s silent crisis

Teachers left waiting at the bargaining table

Leaps and bounds

Understanding the Carleton University Contract Instructors and Teaching Assistants’ strike (spring 2023)

Student debt relief would be a win for working class Canadians

Despite bad-faith arguments from opponents, the data makes clear that debt-holders are poorer than the average

Student debt is a gateway to lifelong financial instability

The structure of student debt forces debt-holders into precarious financial positions early in life—and its difficult to get out