KTEI and Queen’s University expand Indigenous studies courses offered
Jan 5, 2022
M’CHIGEENG – Kenjgewin Teg Educational Institute and Queen’s University have a long-established history in partnership with the university’s community-based Indigenous Teacher Education Program (ITEP-formerly known as ATEP).
Nunavik outdoor education program empowers Inuit youth
Jan 9, 2022
Nurrait is Inuktitut for baby caribou — or jeune caribou in French — and the Nurrait | Jeunes Karibus organization is all about helping young Inuit grow.
Ontario university students face anxious winter as classes resume online, for now
Jan. 10, 2022
Many Ontario university and college students will be starting the winter semester online Monday, but some schools are expecting them to return to campus for in-person classes by the end of the month, fuelling uncertainty and anxiety as the latest wave of COVID-19 rips through the province.
What if your kid’s classmate gets COVID? Will students have access to rapid tests? Send us your questions ahead of Ontario schools reopening
Jan. 11, 2022
New guidance from Ontario says that only some symptomatic students and teachers will have access to COVID PCR tests when schools reopen next week.
Safety measures in Ontario schools ‘not enough’: Teachers’ union
Jan. 11, 2022
New school guidance from the Ontario government says that only certain students and teachers who show symptoms of COVID-19 will have access to PCR tests when schools reopen to in-person learning next week.