Unlike most provinces in Canada, Ontario delivers most of its school choice through the public system.
Roughly one-in-eight K-12 students in B.C. now attend an independent school.
Ontario has a higher percentage of students in independent schools than Alberta and Saskatchewan.
Alberta currently offers the greatest degree of school choice in Canada.
Alberta is currently the only province to offer charter schools.
Other than Quebec, Ontario has the lowest rate of public anglophone enrolment at 62.6 per cent.
Only 17 of Alberta’s 96 independent schools are “elite.”
Ontario spent 23.4 per cent more per student in 2014/15 than it did a decade ago.