Part-time language professors at University of Ottawa vote to strike if needed
Another group of part-time professors at the University of Ottawa voted to make strike action an option.
Keep online learning an option, Carleton law professor says
A Carleton University professor said online learning can be convenient for students with work or COVID concerns.
Selfies with a mammoth: Ottawa museums test drive augmented reality as a way to grab visitors and viewers
Ottawa museums are looking to augmented and virtual reality to complement their exhibits.
The burnout graduating post-secondary students are feeling has a name: Senioritis
The pressures put on graduating post-secondary students is so prevalent that it now has a syndrome called senioritis.
For Ravens veteran Madison Reid, juggling basketball with podcasting was the ultimate balancing act
Ravens basketball star Madison Reid talks to Capital Current about juggling her sport, her education and her podcasting job as graduation looms.
After Ontario college strike averted, students decry the stress of a last-minute deal
Staff and students at Ontario colleges are relieved after a strike was called off in the final hours of negotiation.
Black History Ottawa highlights Black voices in children’s books during ‘February and Forever’
Black History Ottawa held its 18th Children’s Stories in the Diaspora virtually.
Lifting of provincial mask mandate sparking controversy in Ontario schools
The Ontario government’s decision to end masking in schools has caused controversy as school board, parents and students wrestle with the implications of the change.
Ontario announces new elementary STEM curriculum, adds coding and trades
The Ontario government announced a new science and technology curriculum this week that includes mandatory coding for Grades 1 to 9 and promotes the value of the skilled trades.
COVID-19 pushing back graduation for some university students
Between mental health, COVID-19 and financial obstacles, undergraduate students are finding it difficult to complete their degree within the four-year timeline.
Pandemic financial breaks not enough, students say
Student organizations are saying that federal promises of support are not sufficient to help them meet the costs of attending post-secondary institutions and daily life.
Statistics on school absences cause concern for some in Renfrew County
New Ontario data shows absence reports for students and staff. Parents of Renfrew County students are concerned this is not enough.