Celebrate International Day of Education with #FreeToRead Education Articles

January 23, 2024

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In a world facing the increasing threats of climate change, hate speech, and global conflict, UNESCO dedicates this year’s International Day of Education on January 24, 2024 to “Learning for Lasting Peace,” highlighting the central role of education in addressing and preventing conflict and inequality on a global scale.

As we observe this day, join the University of Toronto Press (UTP) in reflecting on the connection between peace and education with scholarly research from UTP journals that explores Indigenous language learning and decolonization, the role of technology in education, diversity challenges for students and teachers, and more. These 10 articles are #FreeToRead online from January 23rd to 25th, 2024.

Plus, browse UTP books in the field of Education here.

The Canadian Modern Language Review:
The Hierarchization of French Varieties in an English-Dominant Context of Canada
Marie-Eve Bouchard
CMLR 79.4

Beyond “Sea, Sun, and Fun”: Exploring the Viability of Jamaican Creole Heritage Language Education in Toronto
Shawna-Kaye D. Tucker, Victoria A. Murphy
CMLR 79.1

Creating Online Indigenous Language Courses as Decolonizing Praxis
Kari A.B. Chew, Sara Child, Jackie Dormer, Alexa Little, Olivia Sammons, Heather Souter
CMLR 79.3

Journal of Education Human Resources:
“Their Own Personal Unicorn”: The Workplace Experiences of Transgender Teachers
Laura C. Hart, Walter H. Hart
JEHR 40.1

“Schools Are Not Safer with Police”: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Public Comments on the Removal of School Resource Officers
DeMarcus A. Jenkins
JEHR 41.3

Barriers to Teacher Diversity in a Predominantly White District
Justin Sulsky
JEHR 41.4

Journal of Veterinary Medical Education:
Student Experience and Ethnic Diversity: The Experiences of Underrepresented Minority Students at a Veterinary University in the United Kingdom
Grace H. Chung, Elizabeth Armitage-Chan
JVME 49.3

Exploration of Immersive Virtual Reality in Teaching Veterinary Orthopedics
Katherine McCaw, Andrew West, Colleen Duncan, Danielle Frey, Felix Duerr
JVME 49.6

Actualizing Cultural Humility: An Exploratory Study of Veterinary Students’ Participation in a Northern Community Health Rotation
Tacia Tsimaras, Jean E. Wallace, Cindy Adams, Tessa M. Baker, Susan J. Kutz
JVME 50.2

E-Learning Impact on Veterinary Medical Students’ Mental Health during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Inês L. Rodrigues, Telmo P. Nunes, Carolina S. Cortez, Ana M. Lourenço
JVME 50.3

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