CJE Award Winners: Audet-Allard Award & R.W.B. Jackson Award

The Canadian Journal of Education is pleased to announce the winners of the Audet-Allard Award (2019) and the R.W.B. Jackson Award (2019). Katherine Lacroix and colleagues’ article, “Influence du quartier résidentiel et des problèmes de comportement extériorisés sur le rendement scolaire des adolescents,” was selected as the best of the French articles published in Volume 41 of the Revue canadienne de l’éducation. Tatiana Feitosa de Britto’s article, “Neither Hired Mouth nor Class Monarchs: The Scope of Schoolteachers’ Freedom of Expression in Canada,” was similarly honoured from the English-language articles published in Volume 41.

The criteria for the awards are the importance and originality of the study, the appropriateness and rigor of methods, the significance of the results to the Canadian education community, and the quality of writing. The awards are adjudicated by the CJE Board of Consulting Editors.


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