Better organized and operated schools are likely better able to help students recover from temporary learning loss.
In Ontario, the government has combined academic and applied math courses.
One of the province's leading math educators sees math as an opportunity to push his political views on students.
Half of all provinces, including Ontario, still refuse to allow money to follow the student.
The B.C. government recently revamped its provincial curriculum to reflect a "student-centred" approach.
When governments closed schools and disrupted learning, many families rediscovered the important contributions schools make to modern society.
The school board is telling Toronto teachers to “incorporate issues of social justice in mathematics learning.”
Sixty-eight per cent of Alberta parents say their child has fallen behind in school during the pandemic.