COVID-19 Legal Perspective - Webinar (registration by May 13)
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Fall 2018 (PDF)
Fall 2018 (PDF)
Spring 2018 (PDF)
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Since March, we’ve temporarily rebranded our Well at Work initiative to Well at Home to share our original evidence-based content and carefully curated external resources to support K-12 staff who are navigating working from home and preparing to return to school in September. We invite you to continue exploring our growing collection of podcasts, blog posts and magazine articles as well as the latest research resources, and the K-12 Workplace Well-Being Webinar Series centred on elevating staff well-being and workplace morale. Our past webinars have been extremely successful with an excellent turnout and high participant satisfaction rate, and we would like to thank those of you who have already participated. Stay tuned for more webinars to come!
Education Law Newsletter - Fall 2019
Human Resources Law Newsletter - June 2019
Procurement Law Newsletter - April 2019
Education Law Newsletter - March 2018
Human Resources Newsletter - November 2017
Procurement Law Newsletter - November 2017
Education Law Newsletter - September 2017
Human Resources Newsletter - April 2017
Morning Recess - Educational Law Newsletter, July 2020 (URL)
Morning Recess - Education Law Newsletter, March 2020 (URL)
Morning Recess - Education Law Newsletter, February 2020 (URL)
Morning Recess - Education Law Newsletter, January 2020 (URL)
Morning Recess - Education Law Newsletter, November 2019 (URL)
Morning Recess - Education Law Newsletter , September 26, 2019 (URL)
Morning Recess - Education Law Newsletter, May 30, 2019 (URL)
Morning Recess - Education Law Newsletter, January 30 2018 (URL)
Articles of Note are provided in PDF format. PDF documents are viewable in Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download the latest version of Adobe Reader.
CASSA Discussion Paper - System Leadership in School Mental Health in Canada (PDF)
The What Are We Learning About Supervisory Learning monograph describes a partnership initiated by the Ontario Public Supervisory Officers' Association (OPSOA) and supported by the Ontario Ministry of Education and Aporia Consulting Ltd. The project focused on the role of the Supervisory Officer (SO) school visit in supporting the Instructional Leadership (IL) capacity of school administrators.
The Durham District School Board (DDSB) has focused on supporting student achievement and well-being using evidence-based, whole school approaches. Well-being is considered an essential component of sustaining safe, healthy, inclusive schools. In addition, well-being is recognized as being foundational for student achievement.