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!

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Blog

  • Books as Windows, Books as Mirrors: Curating Inclusive Classroom Libraries Written by Sunjum JhajChildren’s literature has become relevant in a wide variety of subject areas outside of Language Arts; it is especially useful in social justice and multicultural ...
    Posted Jun 11, 2019, 10:17 AM by Ontario East
  • Equitable Hiring Practices: It Is About WHO We Hire as Much as HOW We Hire It has been four years since I have had the privilege to hire staff to a school. We are often told, as school principals, that hiring is the most important ...
    Posted Jun 10, 2019, 5:04 AM by Ontario GRT - GTA
  • My Journey Toward Equitable Outcomes for Racialized Students My name is Allison Ebanks, I am a racialized educator of Caribbean descent with the Durham District School Board. As a passionate Equity Advocate, I have come to understand just ...
    Posted May 19, 2019, 6:27 PM by Ontario GRT - GTA
  • Building Relations and Reconciliation Through Art and Music Written by: Sidney Pompa-SidhuOn April 25th 2019, I had the opportunity to attend the 7th annual speaker series Màmawi Together celebration, held at the University of Ottawa in ...
    Posted Apr 30, 2019, 10:47 AM by Ontario East
  • Continuing the Conversation: Inequality in Academic and Applied Streaming Written By: Sidney Pompa-SidhuHere on the RSEKN blog site, there are so many rich and interesting pieces written with hopes of contributing to conversations around an array of ...
    Posted Apr 27, 2019, 10:19 AM by Ontario East
  • 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
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