Published On: March 11, 2020
How can Canada improve its approach to early childhood education?
Published On: February 11, 2020
How are the teacher strikes sitting with the public. We discuss perception vs. reality when it comes to union negotiations with the Ontario government.
Published On: February 06, 2020
Author and academic John Mighton believes that numeracy is a vital and accessible skill.
Published On: February 03, 2020
From advocating for free-tuition or mentoring others, a generation of foster kids may have the opportunity to create a brighter future.
Published On: January 17, 2020
Ontario Education Minister Stephen Lecce discusses the state of contract negotiations between the government and the province's four teachers' unions.
Published On: January 13, 2020
Research from the University of Ottawa suggests that educators are increasingly confronting violent incidents in classrooms across the province.
Published On: November 22, 2019
ETFO president Sam Hammond talks to Steve Paikin about the state of bargaining between teachers' unions and the province.
Published On: November 07, 2019
The Agenda discusses the tense relationship between the Ontario government and teachers' unions.
Published On: October 08, 2019
ANALYSIS: The government negotiated a tentative agreement on Sunday night, keeping kids in class. But there are more negotiations to come — and they’ll only get tougher.
Published On: October 03, 2019
The Agenda discusses the status of international students in Ontario colleges.
Published On: October 03, 2019
The Agenda discusses performance-based funding for post-secondary institutions .
Published On: September 26, 2019
OPINION: Teachers’ unions are making their negotiating demands public. But will the public support them?
Published On: September 25, 2019
ANALYSIS: The Ford government seems bent on trying to stay out of the headlines until after the federal election — but the province’s teachers may make that impossible.  
Published On: September 24, 2019
LONGREAD: Unprepared students. Corrupt agents. International recruitment has a shady reputation — but can our colleges survive without international fees?