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

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  • 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 12, 2019, 9:27 AM by Ontario East
  • 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
  • Witnessing Meaningful Learning Written by Jessica Sokolowski, PhD Candidate in Education, University of OttawaThe weather on Wednesday, January 23rd was dreadful with raging snow and frigid temperatures. But when I received news ...
    Posted Feb 19, 2019, 1:04 PM by Ontario East
  • 2018 CEC Special Education Conference: Equity Success Stories - Written by Olivia FaulconbridgeThe Ontario Council for Exceptional Children held its 62nd annual Special Education Conference titled "Well-being, Equity and Success for All" in Toronto on November 30th ...
    Posted Feb 14, 2019, 12:40 PM by Ontario South
  • RSEKN Update: Looking Back to Fall 2018 & Looking Forward into 2019! The past four months have been exciting and eventful for the RSEKN team. During the fall, RSEKN celebrated the launch of @LeeAirton's book, Gender: Your Guide, hosted by Glad ...
    Posted Feb 5, 2019, 2:15 PM by Noor El-Husseini
  • Suspensions and Expulsions: A Look at the Racial Injustice of School Punishment Written by Olivia FaulconbridgeContinuing our examination of unfair suspensions and expulsions, this blog will look at the rate of school punishment in Black youth. During York University’s Faculty ...
    Posted Dec 5, 2018, 11:47 AM by Noor El-Husseini
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