An increasing number of schools are moving from traditional teaching practices to a more modern approach.
Taproot, Kauai, is a farming community that supplies herbs, spices, and exotic fruits and vegetables to adventurous chefs.
Innovative UBC program provides a new generation of farmers with agricultural education and hands-on experience.
Inmates are given the opportunity to heal with yoga and art-based therapy programs being offered in prisons.
Newly qualified Canadian teachers seek employment with international schools.
Old versus new methods of education in China.
Increasing the number of international students in Canada without displacing Canadian students.
The deregulation of language schools in B.C.
A local family opens their doors to international students.
Learning in a land far from the apron strings.
Vancouver Sowers Society raises funds for education in China.
More than bed & board—homestays become second families to international students.
Inspired by nature, Ikebana flower arranging attracts contemporary students.
The Island School of Building Arts teaches how to build houses using modular posts and beams and recycled materials.
An alternative to the French Immersion Program is opening new doors in second language education.
UBC’s newest master’s program is set to open its doors.
A look back at Pacific Rim Magazine’s first decade.