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Our Schools / Our Selves

Laurentian University insolvency reflects a structural crisis in Ontario’s neoliberal university system

Ontario governments have reduced their public grants for university operating revenues from a level at about 80% in 1980 to around 50% in 2004, and to only 38% in 2017.

The effects of Law 21 on Education Faculties in Quebec: “We don’t want people like you here”

By effectively barring Muslim women with hijabs from working as teachers, the Law diminishes the religious diversity of the population of Quebec school teachers.

Lesson Here

What we can learn from the West Virginia teachers' strike

Racializing merit

The revocation of Regulation 274/12 and teacher hiring in Ontario

‘We shouldn’t “get used to” harassment’

Talking with kids about sex, consent, and healthy relationships

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