OISE Receives $5 Million Gift

Landmark donation to U of T will advance indigenous education in Canada and globally

Illustration by Stéphane Poirier

The Bully Who is Everywhere

The Internet makes it easy to be mean. No wonder cyberbullying among teens has everyone worried.

Letters to the Editor

Praise for mindfulness, a new ultra-cool record, concerns about the hidden labour pool

In Memoriam: Roxana Ng

Roxana Ng’s focus on human rights and social justice shaped the field of immigration studies

Pathways’ Progress

A homework support program involving OISE students has more than doubled high school graduation rates in Regent Park

Illustration by Jesse Lenz

Unlocking Our Potential

U of T researchers suggest life’s early years might be even more important than we thought

President David Naylor

Realizing Our Potential

Growing evidence shows the importance of life’s early years

Illustration by Brett Ryder

The Next Big Idea

Ten concepts that could shape the future: from digital credentials to safer drugs to DNA-tailored diets and more

Photo: Getty Images

A Year in Mumbai

Normand Labrie coped with sweltering heat and noisy classrooms to bring Canadian teaching techniques to India’s largest city

Global Learning

Rumeet Toor launches a teacher’s college in rural Kenya

Scholars at Risk

U of T program supports academics who have experienced political oppression

(Photo by Jose Luis Pelaez Inc./Getty Iimages)

Africentric Schools

Professor George Dei says parents of black children have been concerned for 30 years that the Toronto school system is not serving their children. “It was time to try a new approach.”

Photo by Frances Juriansz

Head of the Class

U of T’s Institute of Child Study has influenced education in Canada for more than 80 years. A visit to the lab school reveals why.

ICS Seeks $12 Million for Expansion

The 83-year-old institute needs new space

The Schools We Want

U of T’s Centre for Urban Schooling aims to help inner-city youths succeed

Learning about Learning

The Institute of Child Study kicks off a fundraising campaign as it marks 80 years

Dropouts No More

An innovative program is creating a “culture of achievement” in Regent Park

Trading Spaces

Women aren’t entering skilled trades, despite shortage of workers

Chair for Bill Davis

Chair in Community College leadership

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