The Faculty of Education’s Anti-Black Racism Committee (ABRC) invites you to this webinar, where panelists will create a space of inquiry and engagement through dialogue as they consider questions such […]
November 2020 issue of 'Innovatus' focuses on teaching, learning and the student experience in the Faculty of Education
Welcome to the November 2020 issue of Innovatus, a special issue of YFile that is devoted to teaching and learning innovation at York University.
York University community members are playing a key role in a provocative four-part series on the challenges facing public schooling.
What is it like to be a Black person in Canada? The question, posed to Faculty of Education Professor Carl E. James, was intended as a starting point for a frank discussion about anti-Black racism.
FESI 2020 Webinar 2 - What does the journey towards Anti-Racist, Anti-Oppressive practice look like in a child welfare agency?
Speakers Carol Wade, Kate Schumaker, Priscilla Manful and Vanessa Cocco will share reflections about what the journey towards Anti Racism Anti Oppression practice has looked like both at CCAS and in Education, the data and feedback from the Black community that have compelled us to act, and the beginning dialogue about the ways in which child welfare and education can join forces to help families receive the support they need without unnecessary intrusiveness and/or surveillance.
Faculty of Education Summer Institute webinar 2 features panel discussion on child welfare and the education system
The Faculty of Education Summer Institute (FESI) 2020-21, will present the second webinar of its ‘Conversations on Anti-Oppression’ series on October 21 from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. The event “What […]
IN THE MEDIA: Lack of support from teachers around ongoing racism is 'baffling', says York U researcher
Two Toronto-area school boards are being sued due to alleged ongoing racism against black students. York University researcher Carl James, who studies anti-black racism, talks about what this show about how black students are being supported in our education system.
Navigating the maze of Ontario’s school system may become easier for parents of Black children, thanks to a series of new information sheets led by York University Faculty of Education Professor […]
IN THE MEDIA: Professor Carl James speaks with CBC Metro Morning about changes to Ontario's education
"I think we need to think of the social context in which students are learning right now. We have to think of the relationship between teachers and students; how teachers […]