Welcome to the RSEKN official website! 

RSEKN is committed to developing systemic, sustainable, and transformative equity networks, processes, and structures to mobilize research and community knowledge and practices with K-12 schooling stakeholders.

Together, we will continue promoting equity and diversity as a priority in our schools and communities. We look forward to your participation and involvement throughout this groundbreaking project!

RSEKN Events

Blog

  • Un appel à l’action- À la suite de l’attentat en Nouvelle Zélande L’attentat en Nouvelle Zélande a profondément ébranlé la communauté musulmane. Le vendredi, ou jumuah, en arabe, signifie la journée de la prière en congrégation. C’est une période de ...
    Posted Apr 17, 2019, 3:59 AM by Ontario GRT - GTA
  • My Relationship With Equity Throughout My Bachelor of Education Hello/ Bonjour, I am Mathoora Uthayakumar and I want to thank you for reading this post! I am a primary/junior teacher candidate who will be working with different stakeholders ...
    Posted Apr 15, 2019, 4:29 AM by Ontario GRT - GTA
  • CRRP and me: Reflections on my experiences as a teacher candidate Written by: Sidney Pompa-SidhuMy name is Sidney Pompa-Sidhu and I’m a Year 2 teacher candidate at the University of Ottawa. I’m currently doing my last ...
    Posted Apr 11, 2019, 11:20 AM by Ontario East
  • Intelligent Lives Screening – Does IQ define potential for success? Written by: Petra Owusu    On February 13th, 2019 there was a community screening of Dan Habib’s “Intelligent Lives” at  Western University’s Faculty of Education. The event was ...
    Posted Mar 31, 2019, 7:21 PM by Ontario South
  • Engaging youth in the reconciliation process The second annual Màmawi Together: Youth for Reconciliation Day united students from across Ottawa to create their own Reconciliation Legacy ProjectsWritten by Robert J. BallantyneMembers of the Màmawi ...
    Posted Mar 22, 2019, 9:34 PM by Ontario South
  • How to welcome gender diversity everyday in your classroom Written by Robert J. BallantyneDr. Lee Airton wants educators to welcome gender diversity everyday in their classrooms — not just when there’s a crisis.Airton (pictured to the left ...
    Posted Mar 4, 2019, 8:51 AM by Ontario East
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