Media Coverage

The Faculty of Education in the media.

Court battle resumes between B.C. teachers and the province

The provincial government’s appeal of B.C. teachers’ bargaining rights is back in court today. More

Young kids taught social media at school

Social media is part of the lesson plan at one elementary school in British Columbia. More

For kids, the meal is the message

A UBC Education alumnus’ efforts to increase “food literacy” among children are highlighted in a new article in the Tyee. More

Former UBC Thunderbird Jama now jammin’ with the Raptors

Kinesiology alumnus Jama Mahalela begins his second year as an NBA assistant coach to the Toronto Raptors. More

Teaching and Learning Beyond the Classroom – the UBC Community Field Experience

UBC's Community Field Experience is featured in the Fall 2014 issue of Education Canada. More

My son’s school boundaries are changing and I’m okay with it

Parents in a Toronto neighbourhood are up in arms after being notified their school catchment boundaries will change. More

IB curriculum offered to younger grades

International Baccalaureate (IB) programs are the focus of a new article in The Globe and Mail. More

Is childhood art key to developing literacy?

Education professor emeritus Bob Steel shares tips on how to use art as a tool to improve a child’s literacy. More

Sexist or not, Whitecaps video taken down

An online promotional video for the Vancouver Whitecaps has been pulled after accusations of sexism. More

B.C. schools could reopen Monday after ‘historic’ deal

Education professor Wayne Ross comments on the tentative deal reached between the B.C. Teachers’ Federation and the provincial government. More