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There was a time when educator & historian Natasha Henry knew more about Jamaica and its history than that of Blacks in Canada.
Published in Personalities
Toronto teacher Karen Campbell was elected first vice-president of the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO) on August 16th at the Federation’s Annual Meeting in Toronto. Campbell has served as ETFO vice-president (female) since 2015.
Published in News
Thursday, 27 July 2017 12:44

Here's Why Anyone Can Learn To Code

I’ve had countless conversations (in this case, let’s call my conversation partner Sam) that have gone something like this: 
Published in Technology
With another school year drawing to a close, many parents are faced with the yearly dilemma of “what now?” If you are working full-time, you’ll be looking for ways to keep the kids busy, teach them a thing or two and make sure they stay out of any trouble this summer.
Published in Travel
"WE LIVE OUR LIVES RESPONDING TO A WORLD THAT WE KNOW AND UNDERSTAND, BUT NO LONGER EXISTS" Eddie Obeng 
Published in Opinion
In full disclosure, I have never bought into the self-help, motivational non-fiction novel.
Published in Books
What is the biggest myth that needs to be counteracted about inner-city schools?
Published in News
The Ontario Alliance of Black School Educators set out to complete the first ever comprehensive survey of black teachers in the province, specifically the racism they face.
Published in News
Tamara Gordon is a young lady who has been making a difference, a difference which has not gone unnoticed.
Published in NFP/Charities
Angela Walcott’s perfect bedtime story will inspire and uplift the lives of African Canadian children who need the confidence to be whatever they want to be. 
Published in Books
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