The province has the highest percentage of students enrolled in homeschooling in the country.
Most provinces do not require high school students to take a Canadian history course.
According to polling data, 68 per cent of Alberta parents say their child has fallen behind during the pandemic.
Charter school enrolment increased by 257 per cent.
In 2015/16, Alberta per student inflation-adjusted spending in public schools was $13,321—well above the Canadian average of $12,791.
B.C. spent $11,216 per student annually on public schools compared to $13,115 in Alberta.