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The break will now happen the week of April 12.
Remaining school districts will restart either Feb. 8 or Feb. 16, depending on location.
Students in COVID-19 hot spots like Waterloo Region, Windsor and the GTA, are still learning remotely.
There’s “no doubt” online learning is a challenge for students who have autism.
The financial boost was initially offered only to the parents of elementary and middle schoolers.
The viral 'Love Actually' mashup brings much-needed holiday cheer.
“[Students are] just asking for their fair share.”
He's trying to raise money to donate to the faculty.
Class sizes are the latest challenge facing neighbourhoods like Toronto's Regent Park.
Quebec’s Ministry of Education says teachers are free to decide which teaching materials are appropriate for their classroom.
A new campaign is asking Ontario to better address Black history in its curriculum.
Universities need to acknowledge the important role socializing plays in student mental health.
To combat the school system’s systemic silence on Black Canadian history, they took matters into their own hands.
Pencils, markers and a notebook cost Janet Brewster $43.
The need for school reform is heightened, as students face exclusion from the pod system.
Jason Kenney said his province can’t do it. But there are ways.
Going from school to school, they're at a “substantially higher risk” than other teachers.
There are so many adults running around without basic life skills, us very much included.
Two Black students talk about systemic racism in Canadian high schools — and how educators and policy makers can step up.