New Brunswick education minister Bill Hogan said a review of a policy designed to protect LGBTQ2 youth in schools would include consultation with a variety of stakeholders, but some groups are wondering why they have yet to receive a call.
The state of Florida has reportedly rejected two new Holocaust-related textbooks due to previous laws signed by Governor Ron DeSantis as part of the state’s resistance to what some call “woke” education.
The textbooks are called Modern Genocides and History
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – David Elliott Lubs, “remembered as a legend in the world of boxing”.
David Lubs, 78, passed away on April 5, 2023, in Colorado Springs, with his wife, son, and daughter-in-law by his side.
In celebration of Catholic Education Week, officials at Ecole Louis-Rheaume are giving students opportunities to learn from others.
“They always say it takes a village to help a child grow; it also takes a village to teach our children,” said
It is time to change the culture of school service centers in order to make them more accountable, Quebec Education Minister Bernard Drainville said Tuesday as he presented new legislation on school governance.
Drainville made the
Québec City –
It’s time to change the “culture” of school service centers to make them more accountable, says Bernard Drainville, who plans to introduce a new bill on school governance.
The Minister of Education faced a barrage of questions
Compass Marketing & Advertising Partners announced it has added Danielle Smith to join its team as a marketing and media assistant. Smith began her career as a copy editor at the Topeka Capital-Journal before joining the Washburn University Alumni
Last month, in a rare moment of good news in higher education, the administration of Cornell University rejected an unanimous student government resolution to mandate “trigger warnings” for a wide range of sensitive classroom materials and to permit students to
OTTAWA, Ontario — A coalition of students, academic staff, teaching assistants and research assistants at the University of Ottawa today took the unprecedented step of raising their concerns about the quality of education to the Board of Governors