Bullying (or what it ineptly refers to) and sexuality aren't sidelines to juggle so that the real task of taking arid tests like this week's EQAO exams can occur.
Is a 32 per cent pay cut a victory?
At a May 10 conference at SEED Alternative High School over 120 students agreed that school is broken.
A response from our friends at RiotWire to a recent piece in Time disparaging young people.
For youth 15-24, the unemployment rate was up from last April -- to 20.9 per cent -- so more than 1 in 5 youth are looking for work and can't find it.
On May 2, 2011, the day of Canada's last federal election, close to 2 million young people avoided the polls. Remarkably, this number accounted for a meagre 37.4 per cent of Canadians aged 18-24.
Dr. Anthony Nocella II explains the prison-industrial complex as it exists in the Western world, the development of the school-to-prison pipeline, and more.
Politicians, political organizers and pundits have made a lot of hay over the past decade decrying, appealing to and discussing the crisis with what they tend to call "young voters."
Seventeen-year-old David Kawapit Jr., from Quebec's Whapmagoostui First Nation, on the coast of Hudson Bay, had the vision.
Six young men set off from Whapmagoostui in mid-January. They will reach Ottawa on March 25. Matthew Mukash talks about why the men decided to do this walk of 1300 kilometres.