The three highest performing K-12 education systems in Canada offer relatively high levels of school choice.

# math scores

From 2003 to 2022, the province's math scores plummeted by 44 points.

In 2022-23, only 50 per cent of Grade Six students met provincial standards in math.

According to long-term trends, public school spending is rising while test scores are falling.

According to PISA results, Nova Scotia 15-year-olds are 27 points below the Canadian average in math.

The province's students dropped 22 points in science, 38 points in math and 21 points in reading.

COVID school closures clearly hurt student learning.

Quebec continues to be the highest-scoring province in math.

Teachers should reclaim their proper role as subject-matter experts who take charge of the learning process.

In a public statement, Richard Bilkszto's family blamed his death on how he was treated by the Toronto school board.