Spring into education: history, computer programming, cooking, and more

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      In our special education issue, we delve into the history of racism in Canada, local professors and their research, computer programming classes, and the importance of teaching kids to cook.

      Komagata Maru centenary sheds light on hidden history of Canada's racist past

      UBC professor studies effects of exercise on psychosis

      Schools help students crack the job market

      SFU launches Institute for Diaspora Research & Engagement

      Vancouver Film School program prepares computer programmers for work on games, web, and mobile

      EA Canada software engineer teaches computer programming in Nunavut

      Math goes mobile with Slice Fractions and S.M.A.R.T. Adventures Mission

      Cooking classes help kids develop crucial skills and expand their palates

      Quince chef Andrea Jefferson shares secrets of making a great flatiron steak