Educational Equity in the Covid-19 Era

Volume 60 | Issue 4

Featured Articles

Top view group of students discussing homework with laptop

EdTech & Design, Equity, Research

E-learning at Home

Teacher having a video chat online on laptop with a student.

Equity, Leadership, Well-being

“Does It Have to Be That Hard?”

Young female teacher using an alcohol spray to disinfect student desks in classroom.

Promising Practices, School Community, Well-being

Back to School: The First 30 Days

Diversity, Equity, Teaching

Diversity via Distance

Curriculum, Equity, Well-being

Class Matters

Diversity, Equity, School Community

Opportunism or Opportunity?

Equity, Research, Well-being

Opportunity Solving

Extraordinary times call for creative, resourceful solutions. The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged educators, students and parents alike. It has also shone a spotlight on the inequities that made school closures and distance learning especially hard on some students and families, and raised new equity issues that must be addressed as we move forward.
From mid-October to mid-December, researchers and innovative educators will share their evolving knowledge, learnings and insights to create an ongoing conversation about how we can deliver equitable, high-quality education for all students through this pandemic and into the future. With a new article every week, plus video interviews, webinars, and other professional learning content, this will be a timely and thought-provoking resource for educators across Canada.