As Ugandan schools prepare to unlock their doors, the Simameni project is ready to move forward.
Education International President Susan Hopgood examines how the pandemic has lifted the veil off the struggle for social justice and the future of education.
The COVID-19 crisis has increased awareness around the very real issue of student hunger.
Teachers are usually the first to know. A hungry child that can’t focus on their lesson plan. A student struggling with depression, falling through the cracks in our mental health care system. Teachers know that poverty and mental illness are powerful forces in Canadian life because they see their effects in the classroom every day.
Child poverty and child and youth mental health were noted as the two top priorities for teacher advocacy in the upcoming federal election by over 5,000 teachers in a CTF survey. How can teachers engage in a dialogue with federal election candidates on these issues?