There have been significant changes to BC’s curriculum around infusing Aboriginal history and culture.
Category: Social Justice
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.
Before I was president of the National Education Association (NEA), I was a sixth-grade teacher in Utah.
Sometimes the lines in political and ideological fights are blurry; a series of skirmishes viewed by most from the sidelines with mild interest. This is not one of those times. The gap between those of us who are determined to solve the inequality and climate change threatening all aspects of our lives, and those who […]
I became the Secretary General of the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF-FCE) in January 2015. I was almost 48; the CTF-FCE was 95. Despite the Federation’s long history proudly representing a profession primarily made up of women1, I was the first woman named to the role of Secretary General. As a member of the staff, with […]