Racialized, low-income Toronto students at disadvantage from school streaming, report finds

Andre Harriott
The report’s findings reflect what Andre Harriott experienced growing up in Toronto and Brampton. He says many of his friends were in applied classes. “I noticed the effects on their self-esteem,” he says.

The report from the non-profit Social Planning Toronto suggests that, despite “provincial claims that streaming has been abolished,” quantitative data from the Toronto District School Board shows students are still organized into pathways based on course levels.


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