In the wake of the school attack in Peshawar, Pakistan, global cooperation is needed to protect schools and students, says Kyle Matthews.
Relatively few Canadian students study abroad and it’s hurting Canada’s global engagement, argues Karen McBride.
The benefits of cross-border education go beyond the fees that international students pay. It is increasingly a way for a country to project itself on the world stage. This graphic breaks down the flow of international students and where Canada fits in.
A report on Canada’s international education strategy.
How do we teach the unthinkable, asks Warren Crichlow?
Empowering girls and women through education and entrepreneurship can help grow the global economy, argues Farah Mohamed.
We follow the money by comparing average spending per student with how well those students performed in mathematics on the 2012 PISA ranking.
South Korea scored high on the OECD PISA ranking, but Jean-Frédéric Légaré-Tremblay finds its students are paying a steep price for success.
Jennifer Jeffs on why Canada needs to forge educational ties with Mexico or risk being cut out of further North American integration.
Many girls in the developing world will grow up without ever entering a classroom. The Girl Rising campaign aims to change that. We asked Holly Gordon, the campaign’s executive director, to tell us how.