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Learning in Action

With the number of disturbing and offensive acts of hate which remind us all of its continued presence within our society and within our schools, we wanted to highlight ways that TDSB students and staff have been engaging in teaching and learning and embedding equity, anti-racism and anti-oppression in curriculum. Many schools continue to affirm various identities and lived experiences and/or teach about the impact of hate and racism. We look forward to highlighting the ongoing work happening in schools and centrally.

Ecole Melody Village: Black Excellence Virtual Assembly

At Ecole Melody Village we are committed to dismantling anti-Black racism from within the walls of the school. We are dedicated to cultivating healthy identity development for all of our students and we are resolved to empower our Black ...
Monday, June 13, 2022
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Black Student Success and Excellence (BSSE) at Georges Vanier 2021-2022

Georges Vanier is proud to be part of the TDSB’s Centre of Excellence for Black Student Achievement’s Black Student Success and Excellence initiative. As part of this initiative, Georges Vanier participated in the Intuit Lead with ...
Tuesday, May 31, 2022
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The Black Brilliance Conference holds Scarborough edition for TDSB Students

From spoken word to racism in healthcare, last month, more than 250 Black TDSB students participated in over half a dozen workshops at the 2022 Black Brilliance Scarborough Conference.  The Leonard Braithwaite Africentric Program in ...
Thursday, May 19, 2022
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Black Student Success and Excellence (BSSE) at Rawlinson Community School 2021-2022

Rawlinson Community School is proud to be part of the TDSB’s Centre of Excellence for Black Student Achievement’s Black Student Success and Excellence initiative. Due to the ongoing reality and impacts of anti-Black racism, Rawlinson ...
Tuesday, May 10, 2022
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Using Desmos in Secondary Math MHF4U to Reflect on Issues of Racism and Discrimination

Marieta Angjeli, Math Hybrid Teacher-Coach had opportunities to co-plan and co-teach Grade 12 lessons using Social Media. They created an animation using math that explores responsible use of social media that would be shared with younger ...
Tuesday, May 10, 2022
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