Current articles from community newspapers regarding the Windsor-area board of education plus issues surrounding local schools and youth in the Windsor school district.
Police Chief Jennifer Evans
Peel Regional Police Chief Jennifer Evans has launched a review of how police handled the case of a six-year-old student that was handcuffed at a...
23 hours ago | Add Comment | Mississauga News

Peel police to review case involving six-year-old girl handcuffed at school

Rachael Williams

Peel Regional Police have ordered a review of a case involving a six-year-old student that was...

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Community | Feb 23, 2017
West Gate healthy foods initiative

West Gate kindergarten students prepare meals with parents

West Gate Public School was the recipient of a grant which has brought parents into the kindergarten classrooms to prepares...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Tom Morrison
Ontario | Feb 23, 2017

High school teachers reach tentative deal

Ontario high school teachers reach tentative deal to extend contracts

Ontario | Feb 21, 2017
Tim Sullivan

Ontario teacher allegedly told students vaccines can lead to death

Timothy Sullivan was accused of professional misconduct by the Ontario College of Teachers

OurWindsor.Ca | by Ellen Brait
Education | Feb 18, 2017
University of Windsor senior design team

UWindsor engineering students will represent Ontario at national competition

Four University of Windsor engineering students won their category at the Ontario Engineering Competition last month.

OurWindsor.Ca | by Tom Morrison
Ontario | Feb 17, 2017

Embattled trustee resigns over use of slur

Embattled Toronto-area school trustee resigns over use of racial slur

Education | Feb 17, 2017
Georgina Trustee Nancy Elgie

Georgina trustee Nancy Elgie, accused of racial slur, resigns

Elgie released a video statement Feb. 17 announcing her intention to step down

Georgina Advocate | by Teresa Latchford
Feb 17, 2017

High school teachers plan informal talks

Ontario French teachers ratify new deal extending contracts to 2019

Feb 16, 2017

Shades of Our Sisters shares stories of murdered Indigenous women

Eight Ryerson University media production students are looking beyond grim statistics, sharing the lives of two murdered...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by Justin Skinner
Feb 15, 2017

CUPE education workers ratify extension

CUPE education workers ratify two-year contract extension

Feb 15, 2017

Ontario colleges to receive $20 million for applied research learning

A $20-million funding boost for Ontario colleges will help students prepare to join the workforce by gaining hands-on...

Nepean Barrhaven News | Add Comment | by Megan DeLaire
Feb 15, 2017

UBC confirms clean fund to be fossil fuel-free

UBC votes for sustainable investment fund to be free of fossil fuel companies

Feb 14, 2017

Ontario agrees to cap kindergarten classes

Ontario to cap kindergarten classes, give teachers raises in tentative deal

Feb 14, 2017

Education minister urges Nancy Elgie to ‘do the right thing’, resign

York Region District School Board Georgina trustee Elgie used racist slur to refer to black parent

Georgina Advocate | Add Comment | by Robert Benzie
Feb 14, 2017

Georgina Trustee Nancy Elgie wants to choose her punishment for racial slur

Nancy Elgie made a plea — via her children — to fellow York Region school board trustees Monday night, saying she’d prefer to...

Georgina Advocate | Add Comment | by Noor Javed
Feb 13, 2017

Deal reached for E. Ontario schools

Tentative agreement reached for workers at schools in eastern Ontario

Feb 13, 2017

Windsor public board puts a halt to American field trips

The Greater Essex County District School Board has cancelled field trips to the U.S. in February and April.

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Tom Morrison

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