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In the media: 1980s book on residential school experiences was rejected by first publisher who didn’t believe it

In the media: 1980s book on residential school experiences was rejected by first publisher who didn’t believe it

Celia Haig-Brown’s book Resistance and Renewal: Surviving the Indian Residential School was one of the first texts to describe the experiences of residential school survivors from their perspectives, particularly those who had been forced to attend the Kamloops Indian Residential School.

Research Associate Emma Sabzalieva wins 2021 Comparative & International Education Society Eurasia Special Interest Group Dissertation Award

Research Associate Emma Sabzalieva wins 2021 Comparative & International Education Society Eurasia Special Interest Group Dissertation Award

Emma Sabzalieva, a research associate in the Faculty of Education, has been awarded the 2021 Comparative & International Education Society (CIES) Eurasia Special Interest Group Dissertation Award for her thesis ‘Responding to major institutional change: The fall of the Soviet Union and higher education in Central Asia’.

In the media: 'I couldn't let it go': How the expulsion of a Black student led a former vice-principal to quit

In the media: 'I couldn't let it go': How the expulsion of a Black student led a former vice-principal to quit

For 13 years, Paul Raso experienced different challenges working as a teacher and vice-principal in one of Toronto's most marginalized communities, but it was the way his school board handled the expulsion of one Black student — and the departure of that student's brother, as well — that Raso says finally pushed him to leave.