Faculty of Education - Diversity Admissions Policy

The University of Manitoba Senate approved the Faculty of Education's Diversity Admissions Policy in February, 2016. The goal of the policy, which had been in development since 2012, is to ensure that graduates of the U of M education program help to create a more diverse teaching force in the province, representing the “cultural, ethnic, regional and social diversity of Manitoba.”

For more information on the policy, please see the links below.

Diversity policy approved by senate

Faculty of Education Diversity Policy passed 

Faculty of Education Diversity Policy: Letters of Support

 Faculty of Education Diversity Policy: FAQ

Op: Ed by Melanie Janzen, associate dean, undergraduate

Diversity program designed to create a welcoming school system

 

Media Roundup

CBC News:

OPINION: Joanne Seiff: Why Manitoba needs a more diverse teaching force

Diversity quotas at the University of Manitoba a good plan, students say

Education experts spar over affirmative action at the University of Manitoba

University of Manitoba creates 'diversity categories' for education students

 

Winnipeg Free Press

Education faculty to allot up to 45 per cent of slots to minorities

WFP Editorial: A diverse classroom isn't about quotas

Diversity policy gets top marks at job fair

 

Global News

U of M program dedicating 45 per cent of spots to 'diverse' students

 

Winnipeg Sun

U of M sets up diversity quota for would-be teaching students

 

The Manitoban

Faculty of Education upgrades Diversity Admissions Policy

 

UM Today

Diversifying the teaching force event praised