An ever−fluctuating set of back−to−school guidelines from Ontario’s Ministry of Education has left Rosen with little information about how to approach delivering learning materials both in class and online. The province is giving parents the option to keep kids out of the classroom and have them learn from home, with materials provided by their schools.
And in two dozen school boards, including the Toronto District School Board for which Rosen works, high schoolers will do remote, online learning half the time.
By The Canadian PressSun Aug 16 2020 07:00 SACKVILLE, N.B. — At some of Canada’s smaller universities, academic life is set to resume amid the pandemic. But for many this year, the thrill of arriving on campus will be replaced by long days in a room trying to keep loneliness at bay. Atlantic Canada’s members […]
Photo Credit: Global News Jillian Kestler−D’Amours, The Canadian Press MONTREAL — Sophie was 15 years old when she says her history teacher made comments about her breasts in front of the entire class. She reported what happened to a support staff member at her high school. But instead of being taken seriously and getting support, […]