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College students underneath stress
The United Nations has warned this cohort of scholars may face a “generational disaster” due to the pandemic’s affect on training.
Host Chris Corridor speaks with Stefania Giannini, assistant director basic for training at UNESCO, about why the UN is so involved concerning the learning-related impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Home additionally hears from college students throughout the nation — Alexandria Burton in Edmonton, Hannah Cohen in Toronto and Mohib Haque in Antigonish, N.S. — about their experiences flipping between on-line and in-person lessons this yr and what they hope will change for the autumn.
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Inspecting Canada’s training system
The pandemic has shaken Canada’s training techniques, with provinces and faculty boards confronting problem after problem as they navigate a worldwide well being disaster. What must be achieved to make sure that children should not left behind? How can training techniques be improved?
The Home checks in with a panel of training consultants, together with Dalhousie College professor Julia Wright, College of Ottawa professor Jenn Wallner and center faculty instructor Matthew Morris.
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Manitoba’s main reforms to studying
Manitoba is planning a serious overhaul of its training system because it appears to enhance what are among the many worst academic outcomes for college students within the nation.
Provincial Schooling Minister Cliff Cullen discusses what Manitoba has discovered from the pandemic — and why it is eliminating most of its elected faculty boards.
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Graduating right into a pandemic
Analysis exhibits that long-term youth unemployment can have an effect on an individual’s incomes potential for years after they graduate.
So how can the federal authorities be sure that those that are unfortunate sufficient to graduate right into a pandemic should not left behind? Employment Minister Carla Qualtrough joins host Chris Corridor to debate.
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