There is a persistent perception among public high school administrators and staff that working-class immigrant parents are disinterested and uninvolved in their children’s education.
Toronto non-profit Skills for Change is hosting its second annual Be the Boss event on Friday August 12, 2016.
The number of young people suffering concussions has been steadily rising. In 2015, Statistics Canada reported that 23 per cent of adolescents had sustained a head injury. With the increase of media coverage, concussions in sports has been getting a lot of attention.
YOUTH DAY Global announces its unique Press Conference for Young adults under the age of 30 to ask their own relevant questions from the Party Leaders and Federal Candidates of the Conservative, Liberal, NDP and Green parties for an informed decision to encourage increased participation by the millennium populous in the electoral vote next month.
Marcia Brown is an award-winning educator and executive director of the youth and community support group Trust 15.
In observance of Black History Month, this February, the Jamaica National Building Society’s Toronto Representative Office will host its annual Black History Month Essay Competition for high school students in the Greater Toronto Area.
Paulene Harvey, CEO of Big It Up Hats, and Executive Director of the non- profit Youth in Time, shares her passion of supporting youth with cancer through a workshop called Filming Ourselves Digital Storytelling.
Redemption Reintegration Services is credited with having one of the lowest recidivism rates in the world for recent young offenders.
The founder of this groundbreaking organization is a 30-year-old husband and father of four.