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  • WITH OISE I CAN SHAPE THE FUTUREProfessor Janette Pelletier and her graduate students investigate how children learn. Image credit Christopher Wahl LEARN MORE >
  • WITH OISE I CAN SOLVE INEQUALITIESProfessor Indigo Esmonde on bringing together mathematics education and equity studies. Image credit John Hyrniuk LEARN MORE >
  • WITH OISE I CAN CREATE OPPORTUNITIESProfessor Ruben Gaztambide-Fernandez works with Latin American students to understand barriers they face in school. Image credit John Hryniuk LEARN MORE >
  • WITH OISE I CAN UNCOVER THE TRUTHProfessor Kang Lee on lying in young children. Image credit Kiril Stanchev/Bigstock.com LEARN MORE >
  • WITH OISE I CAN CHANGE PERSPECTIVES Newly appointed Canada Research Chair Suzanne Stewart says easing homelessness among Aboriginal people requires an Aboriginal approach LEARN MORE >
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The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education is Canada's largest and most research intensive faculty of education, ranking among the top 10 Faculties of Education in the world. Our faculty members are committed to partnering with schools, communities, the non-profit sector and governments to develop and understand what works in education and human development across the lifespan.  Since 2004, OISE's  faculty have published more than 400 books and 2,000 refereed journal articles, winning more than $21 million in research funding between 2011 and 2014. We are also committed to excellence in the training of graduate students:  in 2013-14, OISE graduate students won over $3.3 million in external research scholarships.

Please explore the website to find the latest news on our 17 Research Centres, 10 Research Chairs,  recent faculty publications and new grants.



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    How Canada helped China rebuild universities after the Cultural Revolution
    The end of the Cultural Revolution. The trial of the Gang of Four. The Tiananmen Square protests. The transfer of Hong Kong from Britain to China. Ruth Hayhoe, a professor at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, has been present at some of the most dramatic events in recent Chinese history...
    July 14, 2014