Television and radio

Global TV, 6 & 11pm News – on Trump’s U.S. presidential win and its meaning for the education of children/students. Wednesday, November 29, 2016.

CBC onlineForget the beer can, why weren't the Jays fans yelling racial slurs kicked out? Toronto Blue Jays have no specific policy on how to deal with racist comments, September, 2016. Quoted

Newspapers and magazines

The Globe and Mail - "Majority of black people in Toronto feel targeted and disrespected: study", by Dakshana Bascaramurty. July 19, 2017.

Toronto Star – “Queen’s University party costumes spark debate on campus”, by Alicja Siekierska. November 23, 2016.

Canadian Press – “The Politics of Victory; U.S. election gets kids talking” by Cassandra Szklarski – carried by Toronto, Winnipeg, Edmonton and Calgary Sun (4) newspapers. November 19, 2016.

Canadian Press – “Parents wrestle with how to explain Trump's win to their kids” by Cassandra

Szklarski carried in 30 local and regional news media in Canada. November 9, 10, 11. – for example:

Toronto Metro, November 9, 2016.

Pride News: re: Appointment as Jean Augustine Chair in Education by Neil Armstrong May 25, 2016


Faculty of Education NEWS, York University

IN THE MEDIA: Toronto segregated by race and income

IN THE MEDIA: Who Gets to Be Gifted?

Annual summer institute explored how identity-based data is used in schooling

Equity in Education Hub will house identity-based data to address student needs

IN THE MEDIA: Racism in schools is not pass or fail

IN THE MEDIA: Programs aimed at helping black students facing disciplinary issues can wipe slates clean

York U report suggests race-related data collection could enhance student success

IN THE MEDIA: Majority of black people in Toronto feel targeted and disrespected: study

IN THE MEDIA: Black students in Toronto streamed into courses below their ability, report finds