Obtaining an education is fundamental to seizing opportunity and achieving a self-sufficient lifestyle. Yet, kids from low-income communities or broken families, who rely on education for social mobility more than any one, often struggle to obtain a helpful education in Canadian society. We want to improve education in traditional public schools and also look to other models and programs that can offer all Canadian youth a fair chance at success.

Watch our interviews with Canadian experts to learn more about how we can help more kids learn effectively in our schools.


Geoffrey Newland and Julie Shaw lead the Ambassador School Program in Toronto. The program works primarily with youth from the child welfare system.


Students of fletcher’s Creek

Jamil Jivani sits down with four students from his old middle school, Fletcher’s Creek Sr. Public School, in Brampton, Ontario. Hear these grade eight boys share their thoughts on how to help their peers.