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The Toronto District School Board says it intends to open all-gender washrooms in public schools across the city in a bid to create a more inclusive environment for students.
Two Toronto school boards are offering refugee children an opportunity to keep learning as they wait to receive paperwork that would allow them to formally enrol in the public school system.
The principal of a Toronto high school is being recognized as one of Canada’s top educators for his work with students who have special needs.
Nine of Toronto's Catholic schools are in need of "critical" repairs, and another 82 are in "poor" condition, CTV News has learned.
Nearly one-quarter of Toronto's public schools are in need of urgent repairs, CTV News has learned.
A group of students were asked what they expect life to look like in ten years, and their predictions ranged from superhuman abilities to world peace.
A group of Mississauga high school students are using podcasts to give a purpose to their studies.
Students at a Toronto Catholic elementary school are no longer allowed to play types of tag involving physical contact after a number of children were injured in the game.
The number of primary students suspended in Toronto public schools has increased nearly 50 per cent over the last four years, school board documents show.
Six years after Toronto's first and only Africentric school opened its doors, a new report suggests while the school is helping to create a sense of community for its students, there's still room for improvement.
Students at public schools in Peel Region may have to start wearing uniforms next September, if their parents vote in favour of the new policy.
Questions are being raised about safety at two Toronto schools after two people were injured in stabbings in the first month of classes.
Toronto's Catholic school board trustees have voted in favour of expropriating 17 homes in the area of Bayview and Cummer Avenues in order to build a new high school.
Go back (in time) to school with photos from the Toronto District School Board's new museum.
The "flipped" classroom concept encourages students to work together, while giving them more time to discuss concepts with their teachers, an Ontario educator says.
A Toronto school board has given the go-ahead for a new school with a curriculum focused on Aboriginal education and traditions.
Naomi Parness, Reporter, CTV News Toronto