Back To School? Alberta government releases three scenarios for sending students to class in September
When classes resume in September, the Alberta government will make its final decision on which plan will be most effective.
Heartfelt letter from OrKidstra teacher sends ‘inspiring’ message during COVID-19 crisis, anti-racism protests
Ottawa’s social music program, OrKidstra, is creating spaces for Black and POC voices to better support their students.
Teachers, parents, health experts share mixed feelings about plans to reopen Ontario schools in September
As the talks about reopening schools in September are underway, teachers and parents try to figure out what’s best for students and society.
An unceremonious goodbye: graduating in a pandemic
For those of us graduating this June, so much feels uncertain. And alongside the practical concerns, there’s a sadness about the way school ended.
Nothing to cheer about: U Sports puts Canadian varsity athletics on ice for the rest of 2020
University coaches and players react to news that fall championships have been cancelled.
BIPOC students want action at Carleton’s J-School, not just words — and I’m one of them
While it’s nice to see Carleton University’s journalism programs vowing to make courses more inclusive for BIPOC students, we need to see action first.
Trudeau delivers virtual message to the graduating class of 2020
Despite not having the usual cross-the-stage graduation ceremony, the class of 2020 received a special message from the Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau on Wednesday morning.
Riding the learning curve: Professors shift classes online
The quick shift to online learning has been part of the radical changes brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Carleton’s Educational Development Centre, approximately 30,000 students, instructors and staff have to adapt.
UOttawa medical students find ways to combat COVID-19 while facing disruptions to their education
University of Ottawa medical students are trying to help fight COVID-19 anyway they can
Ottawa’s post-secondary students adjust to online learning in wake of COVID-19
Carleton, uOttawa and Algonquin College have shifted to online classes due to the novel coronavirus.