Inclusivity in Canadian Educational System

Karine Coen-Sanchez’ research draws on unscrambling anti-racism to reinforce policies and structures in universities, schools, and in teaching methods to provide the space for Black and racialized students to integrate and increase High School Graduation and Post-Secondary Participation, and remove Barriers to Career Advancement for Marginalized Groups. Karine Coen-Sanchez’ research goal is to narrow the gap between the need for academic research and community impact. By addressing the existing social and structural barriers at the root of the educational system will provide the space for future researchers and scholars.
In doing so this will expand Canadian NFP organizations and charitable organizations to have greater access to talent from various academic institutions. Thus, providing insights to countless financial pliability of Canadian communities. Essentially, the goal is to provide the space for Inclusion, Stability and Mobility, the notion to improve economic and financial circumstances for the BIPOC community.

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Karine Coen-Sanchez
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Scott Simon
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Ontario
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