Canadian education

Tomislav Mesić with his kids Anka, 8, Kata, 6, and Mate, 22 months.(Photograph by Carmen Cheung)

Reopening schools safely is now Canada’s most urgent task

The high-wire act of opening schools up without triggering another shutdown is a make-or-break situation. Just ask parents who quit work to care for their kids.

Is To Kill A Mockingbird still relevant to Ontario students?

Carl E. James: In our country’s racially diverse generation of students, we should consider whether ‘classics’ that repeatedly use the ‘N’ word are reasonable in our classrooms

Adding up the ways we’re falling behind in education

A new study shows Canadians may be handy with computers, but we’re terrible at math

University: First year by the numbers

Crunching the numbers on the typical first-year student
Mandatory School Age

A debate that surely won’t make history

Paul Wells on a heritage committee study and the politicization of Canadian history
Teachers from Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario picket outside the provincial Ministry of Education in Toronto.

Education vs. health care

The tough choices that aren’t being made
Learning is free

Free education enchants Canadian-in-waiting

Christian Valdez, from the Philippines, appreciates snow, treats and international friends too