Today’s youth will face some of the world’s most pressing challenges, including the climate crisis, global inequality and sustainability. Preparing young people with the educational tools and skills to navigate complex issues is a key driver behind the research of Faculty of Education Professor Kate Tilleczek.
In the media: 'Young, Gifted and Black': Dalhousie prof works to show Black students they're not alone
A national project led by Black researchers designed to get more Black youth interested in post-secondary education has joined forces with Dalhousie University to offer three different summer programs.
A first-of-its-kind national database tracking the lived experiences and unique challenges of Black youth as they navigate the university world will be unveiled later this year, with far-reaching implications for researchers and students alike.
Robert Savage, a professor and Dean of the Faculty of Education at York University, is one of the contributors on a reading intervention program led by University of Alberta researcher, George Georgiou.
Two York University researchers have received research awards from the Government of Canada’s New Frontiers in Research Fund (NFRF) special call for innovative approaches to research in the pandemic context.
A number of our faculty and graduate students will be presenting the following sessions at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2022 annual meeting April 21 - 26, 2022.
The Faculty of Education is launching a series of talks that will feature leading scholars speaking about their research and scholarship on key publicly relevant issues in education and society.
Associate Professor Sarah Barrett is the featured interview in Podcast or Perish. In this episode, Barrett discusses the emotional experience of online learning and how it has affected teachers and students during the pandemic.
Oyemolade Osibodu, an assistant professor in the Faculty of Education at York University, conducted a pilot study to help her understand the mathematics experiences of Black youth in Greater Toronto Area (GTA) high schools and the results confirmed a lack of diversity in mathematics educators.
York University Professor Carl James is one of five recipients of the 2022 Killam Prize. He was awarded with the honour for his research on identity, race, class, gender, immigration and creating more equitable societies.