Education

Sylvia Parris-Drummond poses with a selection of the Delmore "Buddy" Daye Learning Institute's educational materials and a painting by local artist Letitia Fraser that will be featured on the cover of a forthcoming textbook.

CEO of Halifax non-profit wins national entrepreneur award

Head of Black education group one of seven recipients across Canada

Nov 20, 2020

Kierra D’penha, 8, coded a message for astronauts at the Halifax Central Library on Tuesday.

How some kids are sending jokes into orbit while learning to code

Kids code messages for astronauts Tuesday as part of Astro Pi: Mission Zero project

Feb 5, 2020

University of King's College launched a scholarly inquiry into their historical connections with slavery in Feb. 2018. The results of that inquiry were presented during an information session Monday afternoon.

King's College founder Charles Inglis contributed to 'legacy of slavery'

Scholarly inquiry shows many university founders had deep ties to slavery

Jan 28, 2020

Citadel High School students share their perspectives after casting their vote.

Federal electionYoung Haligonians ready to talk politics after Student Vote

Elections Canada organizes a mock vote for elementary and high school students

Nov 7, 2019

The faculty union at Mount Saint Vincent University says it will strike if a meeting Jan. 2 doesn't result in a contract deal.

LabourFaculty strike at MSVU? Jan. 2 is decision day

If an agreement isn’t reached, MSVUFA vows to strike on Jan. 7

Dec 4, 2018

Cannabis use might lead to worse academic performance, higher debt, lower paying jobs, or more psychological problems.

cannabisGo to high school, don't go to school high, study says

Researchers followed young cannabis users for 10 years

Nov 10, 2018