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Education

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Bloated administrations and poor government policy bleeding Ontario’s universities

The government has subjected universities to increased regulatory and planning burdens.


4:54PM
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School Enrolment in Canada, Part 3: Homeschooling on the rise in every province

Only three provinces—B.C., Alberta and Saskatchewan—offer government funding for homeschooling.


10:59AM
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School Enrolment in Canada, Part 2: More Canadian parents choosing independent schools

The four western provinces and Quebec provide tuition support to parents who choose independent schools.


3:36PM
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School enrolment in Canada, Part 1: Fewer Canadian parents choosing public schools

British Columbia had the lowest proportion of students enrolled in public schools at 86.6 per cent.


8:52AM
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Six reasons to support school choice in Canada

Independent schools are more willing to try new ways of teaching, organizing and operating.


9:11AM
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Ontario teachers should shoulder greater share of strike pain

The province's base education budget is scheduled to increase by 2.5 per cent this year.


1:43PM
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Erroneous attacks won’t change data on Nova Scotia education

Provinces PISA scores in all three subjects are below the national average.


11:57AM
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Overall average provincial scores drop in all three PISA test subjects

Three years later B.C. has fallen to fourth place in reading, science and math.


9:05AM
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Busting the myth of Ontario's 'massive education cuts'

Between 2006/07 and 2015/16, per-student inflation-adjusted spending on public schools in Ontario increased by 18.5 per cent.


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