Concurrent Education

Ontario’s history curriculum ingrains racism into schools

It was only recently that I became confident in my ability to write an article like this one.Continue...

Packed O-week schedule leaves students scrambling

The start of every September in Kingston is thrilling, as Queen’s prepares to welcome its next batch of students. This year, I was part of that, alongside the rest of the class of 2023.Continue...

Education production aims to Get Schooled

Teachers will break into song and dance Thursday and Friday when the faculty of education stages an original production.Continue...

Concurrent Education applicants directed to study at the BISC

“Because of the high quality of your application, you are eligible to receive an offer to our Concurrent Education (Arts) program, or to the Bachelor of Arts (Honours) program, at the Bader International Study Centre (BISC) in East Sussex, UK. We no longer have space in Con-Ed (Arts) on our Kingston campus, and we hope you will seriously consider this option.”Continue...

Ontario’s Indigenous Studies gap is bigger than post-secondary education

Students aren’t learning enough about Indigenous studies, but neither are their teachers.Continue...

CESA team to boost student input

Team BACK, the only team in the race for the Concurrent Education Students’ Association (CESA) executive, is looking to increase student involvement in CESA.Continue...