STEM Education and Equity Gaps in Saskatchewan

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STEM Education and Equity Gaps in Saskatchewan

Join the ESS and Dr. Sandy Bonny in learning about the equity gaps in Saskatchewan that affect STEM classes and Indigenous youth!

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College of Education - RM 1039 28 Campus Drive Saskatoon, SK S7N 0X1 Canada

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  • 2 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

In this PD, Dr. Sandy Bonny will use a data-informed approach to illustrate current challenges to educational equity in our province, and to highlight promising avenues of change. This is especially important as Saskatchewan K-12 Education is demographically and geographically divided between high and low resource clusters, especially in Northern rural and remote schools. Resource and teacher shortages impacts student pathways to graduation, especially for Indigenous youth.

Who is Dr. Sandy Bonny?

Dr. Bonny works with the College of Education as a professor, is Team Lead of Indigenous Student Achievement Pathways & STEM Access Initiatives, and is a lifelong Treaty 6 member.