Since 1996, TPS is the home of graduate programs in Educational Administration, Higher Education, and History and Philosophy of Education. We are also home to a new collaborative program in Educational Policy. Students tell us that the international reputations of our faculty, the expertise of our research officers, and the dedication and commitment of our administrative staff make their experience at OISE memorable.
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We are working on a number of exciting initiatives for the fall. Please check back over the summer.
Here is the full list of news, jobs, scholarships and upcoming events.
OISE/Peel M.Ed. Degree <New>
Leadership for Student Success, Equity and Social Justice
This master’s degree program is designed for teachers and administrators to extend their knowledge and understanding of leadership in schools with a focus on student success. It is planned with the support of leaders in the Peel District School Board as an opportunity to foster growth of its staff as life-long learners. The program centers on the study and development of policy, leadership, change, and social diversity and is linked to the Peel District School Board’s Strategy Map that highlights student success, school success planning, school improvement, and the achievement of equity.
Find out more and apply online.
"We were allowed to disagree, because we couldn't agre on anything': Seventeen Voices in the Canadain Debates Over History Education" by Professor Ruth Sandwell brings fresh prospectives to Canada's History Wars.
Professor Creso Sá spoke at the State University of New York Conference on Critical Issues in Higher Education: Universities as Economic Drivers, held in Buffalo, NY, Sep 26-27. He presented in a panel on Cluster Strategies—Transforming Regional Economies through Higher Education.
Poverty and Schools in Ontario: How Seven Elementary Schools are Working to Improve Education, co-authored by OISE Professor Joseph Flessa for the ETFO Poverty and Education project, shows how socio-economic status continues to be the single most powerful predictor of life outcomes.
Professor Ruth Hayhoe presented at the International Conference and Ministerial Roundtable titled: "Learning Journey for the Globalised World" in Hong Kong, July 14-16, 2011
Graduate student initiative starts in July 2011: Multi-Culture is Our Business
Steve Anderson, TPS Professor and Co-Director ICEC, on School Leadership and Improvement in Chilean Elementary Schools. Read more
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