Posts Filed Under: Education
In 2008, Ryerson promised to restore famous neon sign, but now the City is in the process of letting the university off the hook.
A new school in Vietnam brings agriculture into the curriculum.
Relations between the City and its school boards haven't always been warm, but a new task force hopes to change that.
“Everybody thinks now that [deals] have been signed, there’s labour peace...But there is chaos within.”
While the provincial party leaders squabble over the budget, here's what's at stake for Ontario's younger residents.
Some Toronto teachers are going to extraordinary lengths to make sure environmental education is more than just rote learning.
Toronto's top education official swiped passages from newspapers and blogs.
Wages frozen for two years, strikes illegal.
The Toronto-published school-book that pioneered copyright law in Upper Canada.
Toronto's inaugural edition of Trade School lets you leave the cash at home and barter for your knowledge.
The "Education Premier" makes his case for scaling back teacher compensation.
Provincial legislature to vote on new deal for teachers later this week.
A small but forceful
manif casserole protest clamours for attention, all the way to Yonge and Bloor.
The Academy of the Impossible wants to combine education and community engagement.
At IMAGINE, a clinic organized and run by U of T students, multidisciplinary teams provide medical care to patients who would otherwise go without.
This week, a rare moment of political cohesion as all parties agree that anti-bullying legislation is necessary and important. Residents of Ontario should be proud.
Future innovators learn the basics of robotics at the Ontario Science Centre's Robots Rule! Weekend.
It's one of the two most significant areas of provincial jurisdiction. We look at who is promising what.