News in Education Law
A York University report found that while academic streaming was supposed to have ended in 1999, black students are twice as likely to be enrolled in applied courses, limiting future choices.
An analysis by the Canadian Coalition for the Rights of Children shows how the 2017 federal budget will affect children and their families.
The Ontario Justice Education Network, with funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation, sponsored the 8-week project that resulted in a student-produced radio program about their legal rights.
Steps to Justice provides comprehensive and reliable information on everyday legal problems related to family, housing, employment and other areas of law.
The federal government does not adequately account for the cost of teaching in remote northern regions with small populations.
The college says the bill could lead to teachers found guilty of serious misconduct remaining on the job, and the deletion of hundreds of disciplinary decisions.
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JFCY is partnering with the Northumberland Community Legal Centre to present their 14th Annual Justice Forum, with a focus on youth justice.
Legal Aid Ontario (LAO) is offering two grants of $100,000 each to help address suspensions and expulsions of Black youth in Ontario.
Peel District School Board must make sure all students feel safe, director Tony Pontes has told staff, in announcing gender-neutral washrooms.
Parents still fear the schools will be closed over time to save money, despite what the government says.