The simplest way to expand school choice is to let the money follow students to the school their parents choose.
The New Brunswick government will require parental consent before students under the age of 16 can change their names and gender identities at school.
British Columbia's math scores are now worse than the national average.
In Ontario public schools, the quality of math education has also declined.
In Ontario, 52 per cent of students in Sixth Grade failed to meet provincial standards in mathematics.
Charter schools increase the choices available to families, particularly those with limited means.
Standardized testing provides an objective assessment of student progress and proficiency in core subjects.
In terms of independent school funding, Ontario is out of step with many provinces and European countries.
Imposing a monolithic conformity on all children through a monopoly school system is not a sensible way to serve a diverse population.