“Students Before Profit” – the theme of the 2017 Canadian Forum on Public Education, held in Ottawa in July, brought together teachers and teacher leaders as well as representatives from school boards, government and NGOs to discuss issues related to the impact of privatization in/of public education, both globally and here in Canada.
Author: Bernie Froese-Germain
Moving from the past to the future: discover eight great ways to improve and strengthen public education.
Discover how gender equity and education are fundamental to the achievement of all United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.
Discover the thoughts and ideas that came out of the Canadian Forum on Public Education on potential actions that teachers, teacher organizations, and governments could take to improve student and teacher mental health and well-being in our schools.
The Canadian Teachers’ Federation was among several civil society, academic, Aboriginal and human rights organizations that contributed to a recent report published by the Canadian Center for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) which documents Canada’s progress towards gender equity over the past five years.