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level: The network will work with researchers and organizations across the province to find out what issues are holding back marginalized groups, including ethnic minorities, youth refugees, students with disabilities and LGBTQ students, and what's being done to help them, according to Metro News. We don't have to reinvent the wheel, but we need to know what is happening across the province; to map what practices are happening at the community level, the school level and the school board level, said Ruth Kane, director of graduate studies for the Faculty of Education. The University of Ottawa's network, known as R seau de Savoir sur l' quit /Equity Knowledge Network, will launch Wednesday at Hillcrest High School. What practices are in place that are working to break down barriers for some of these youths, and how can we translate them across different contexts. Carl James of York University. The launch will include workshops for teachers, slam poetry interludes, as well as keynote speaker Dr. ( As reported in the news.