KNAER-RECRAE

The Equity Knowledge Network Call for Proposals is now closed.
Thank you to all those who submitted a proposal.

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CALL FOR PROPOSALS - LEARNING AND LEADING FOR EQUITY KNOWLEDGE NETWORK

The Ministry of Education is pleased to announce and fund the call for proposals for the Learning and Leading for Equity Knowledge Network as part of Phase 2 of the Knowledge Network for Applied Education Research (KNAER). KNAER is building on what it has learned from its Phase I work, and is now supporting thematic knowledge networks that employ a systems approach to knowledge mobilization.

Download the appropriate documents below to find out more.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: JUNE 12, 2017

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KNAER Phase 2

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MAKE A CONNECTION:

In the Connect Here section below, you have the opportunity to share your name, email address, organization, and type of equity work you do. This is intended for people and organizations who do work in Ontario and is a great place to connect with other individuals and organizations who are interested in being part of the Equity Knowledge Network and are looking for partners who have similar goals for equity in education to join them on an application.

**Please note that your email address will not appear in your comment automatically. If you want people to connect with you, include your email address within the text box where you share the type of equity work you are involved in.

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APPEL DE PROPOSITIONS - RÉSEAU D’ÉCHANGE DES CONNAISSANCES SUR L’ÉQUITÉ

Le ministère de l’Éducation a le plaisir d’annoncer l’appel de propositions et le financement du Réseau d’échange des connaissances sur l’équité dans le cadre de la Phase 2 du Réseau d’échange des connaissances pour la recherche appliquée en éducation (RECRAE). RECRAE se fonde sur les connaissances qu’il a pu retenir du travail effectué en Phase I et appuie à présent des réseaux d’échange de connaissances thématiques qui se servent d’une approche systémique de la mobilisation des connaissances.

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DATE LIMITE POUR PRÉSENTER UNE DEMANDE :12 JUIN 2017

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LISEZLE RAPPORT À L’ORIGINE
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Ci-après la rubrique,Établissez un lien, ici, vous permet de transmettre vos nom, adresse courriel,organisation et le type de travail que vous faites en matière d’équité. Il s’agit là d’un lieu idéal pour vous mettre en rapport avec d’autres personnes et organisations qui portent un intérêt à vouloir intégrer le Réseau d’échange des connaissances sur l’équitéet qui sont à la recherche de partenaires ayant des objectifs semblablesen matière d’équité en éducation et à poser une candidature commune sur le formulaire de demande.

**Notez que votre adresse courriel ne s’affichera pas automatiquement avec vos commentaires.Si vous souhaitez que des personnes communiquent avec vous, ajoutez votre adresse courriel dans le champ de saisie dans lequel vous dites aux autres le type de travail en matière d’équité que vous faites.

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Use the form below to connect with others who are interested in being part of the Equity Knowledge Network and/or are looking for partners to join them on an application. We've included an example post below.

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Notre organisation examine *sujet à propos de l’équité et de l’éducation*. Nous nous sommes intéressés par l’idée de collaborer avec des autres organisations qui partagent des buts pareils. Veuillez trouver plus d’information de notre organisation au site-web www.exemple.com. S’il vous plaît envoyez-nous un courriel à This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. si vous aimeriez en parler plus.

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#5 Matt Peden 2017-05-23 19:57
The Ontario Principals' Council (OPC) is the voluntary, professional association representing practising principals and vice-principals in Ontario's publicly funded schools. The goal of the OPC is to provide our Members with the professional services and supports they need to provide exemplary leadership in public education.
We are interested in teaming up with organizations as a community of practice for this initiative. Please visit www.principals.ca or email to connect.
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#4 Matt Peden 2017-05-23 19:56
The Ontario Principals' Council (OPC) is the voluntary, professional association representing practising principals and vice-principals in Ontario's publicly funded schools. The goal of the OPC is to provide our Members with the professional services and supports they need to provide exemplary leadership in public education.
We are interested in teaming up with organizations as a community of practice for this initiative. Please visit www.principals.ca or contact to connect.
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#3 Kerthiga Manokumar 2017-05-23 14:34
Hi there,
I am a high school teacher in the YRDSB. As a team at my school we have been looking into how to embed equitable practices in all disciplines from the material being taught to the methods of presentation. We have been looking into how inequity plays out in our lessons and how we can go about these challenges. This is meant to be a year-long project with the exploration of diverse resources and teaching methods as well as collaboration within and between departments. I am just wondering if there are other groups looking into similar projects?
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#2 Peter Clutterbuck 2017-05-20 17:49
The Social Planning Network of Ontario (SPNO) is a non-partisan, non-profit organization. Originally created in 1992 as a province-wide network of more than 20 local social planning and community development councils (SPCs), the SPNO was incorporated officially as a non-profit organization in 2007.

The SPNO is undertaking a three-year project to bring research knowledge to bear on the reduction of inequities and the promotion of inclusion for low income students in Ontario schools in order to improve student well-being in the public education system. This project is part of a larger initiative, the Knowledge Network for Student Well-Being (KNSWB) being coordinated by the Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board (HWDSB) in conjunction with the Offord Centre for Child Studies at McMaster University.
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#1 nombuso dlamini 2017-05-10 20:54
In the faculty of education at York U, I have looked at barriers and facilitators to school engagement for marginalized populations. I have also facilitated in initiatives that are about promoting inclusive practice in schools. I was the inaugural Jean Augustine Chair, Carl James- the present JA Chair- and I, are interested in partnering with school boards and universities to host the network.
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