How early is too early to explain the complicated history of Canada and its treatment of Indigenous people? York University professor Susan Dion explains how Indigenous history can be taught in primary school.
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Announcing the Launch of the Toronto Centre of Excellence on Youth Homelessness Prevention at York University
We are pleased to announce that the UN Economic Commission for Europe has established the Toronto Centre of Excellence (TCE) on Youth Homelessness Prevention at York University. More than three years in the […]
On behalf of the Faculty of Education at York University, I extend my condolences to the relatives and friends of the victims of the attack in London, Ontario as well […]
On behalf of the Faculty of Education at York University, I ask that we each take the time tomorrow, June, 1, 2021, the beginning of National Indigenous History Month, to […]
Charles Hopkins, York's UNESCO Chair in Reorienting Education towards Sustainability, will be a featured presenter in the Times Higher Education University Impact Forum on Monday, June 14.
Professor Heather Lotherington presents at 'The Magic of Innovation: Language and Language Teaching in a Changing Environment' conference
Professor Heather Lotherington recently presented at The Magic of Innovation: Language and Language Teaching in a Changing Environment international conference which was held virtually this past April.
Professor Cristina Delgado Vintimilla was one of fourYork University researchers have received research awards from the Government of Canada’s New Frontiers in Research Fund (NFRF)-Exploration stream.
The Conversation Canada - Tiny witnesses of war: Palestinian children’s voices should guide a renewed commitment to peace
Professor Aparna Mishra Tarc's recent article in the Conversation Canada examines how Palestinian children’s voices should guide a renewed commitment to peace.
In the media: The long-term effects and challenges in how and where students will learn in September due to the pandemic
Radio host Tina Cortese (105.9 the Region) speaks with Professor Sarah Barrett from the Faculty of Education at York University about the long-term effects and challenges in how and where students learn, will high school grads have a tough time in college/university this fall and what will the classroom look like in September?
Making the Shift, a youth homelessness social innovation lab co-led by the Canadian Observatory on Homelessness at York University, will present the fourth webinar of the “In Conversation With…” series on May 28 from 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.