More school choice leads to more specialized and diverse schools for students.
School boards are distracted by power struggles between trustees and debates about Pride flags.
The summer break began in cities where wealthy families and other suburbanites fled the summertime heat.
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.
The B.C. government recently revamped its provincial curriculum to reflect a "student-centred" approach.
By categorizing students as visual or auditory learners, educators make it harder for students to learn things in different ways.
Charter schools increase the choices available to families, particularly those with limited means.
Today's tests place less emphasis on subject-specific knowledge than they once did.