Training Teachers to Respond to Students at Risk

This project will scale and evaluate a workshop delivered to pre-service students in “helping professions” (e.g., teachers, social workers, nurses, etc.) that aims to help them identify and assist students at risk of suicide.

Are college, universities and employers doing enough to educate work-ready graduates?

This grant supported an applied research project to advance policy and practice on improving transitions to employment for youth and young adults. The report discusses current policies that encourage work-integrated learning in relation to the observed …

Canadian Employment and Labour Market Skills in 2030

This project intends to create a forecast of the needs of the labour market in 2030. It will provide specific information about the skills and occupations likely to be in demand so that decision makers can create policies that encourage and support Can …

Building a First Nations Community-Focused Impact Assessment Strategy

This 24 month project involving consultation, literature and practice reviews, and the design and vetting of an evaluation framework, will improve the capacity and partnerships necessary for the proponent to undertake an outcomes evaluation of their pr …

Real Jobs for Real People

This research and communication project will explore policy responses to the labour market disruption brought by technological changes such as automation and artificial intelligence. Particular attention will be paid to whether our education systems ar …

Better Measurement Tools to Improve Indigenous Education in Canada

This 6-month research, publication, and communication project that will make the case to relevant audiences that Canada should consider requiring an “Indigenous” identifier in its implementation of the PISA survey of educational outcomes. Doing so woul …

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