education

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Provinces are experiencing a shift away from the traditional public school.


3:09PM
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L’édition 2016 du Bulletin des écoles secondaires du Québec vient de paraître et, comme à chaque année, il ne laisse personne indifférent.

3:29PM
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La pause estivale s’achève et de nombreux parents au Québec s’activent présentement à préparer leurs enfants en vue de la rentrée des classes.

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It’s budget season again, with provincial governments across Canada delivering their annual budgets amid a backdrop of falling commodity prices and provincial deficits. And once again, a mythology surrounding education spending will likely influence spending choices from coast to coast.


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The provincial government will deliver its budget today, amid a backdrop of fallen commodity prices and a generally sluggish economy. In light of British Columbia’s mounting government debt, vigilance and restraint will be key.


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Le gouvernement étudie la possibilité de diminuer le financement des établissements d’enseignement privé. En conséquence, plusieurs parents pourraient être obligés de renoncer à leur liberté de choisir l’école de leur enfant. Absurde!

Être parent, c’est vouloir offrir ce qu’il y a de mieux à sa progéniture. Quand les parents choisissent l’école de leur enfant, ils sont conscients qu’ils engagent l’avenir de ce dernier. Aussi, très peu d’entre eux prennent cette décision à la légère.


6:30AM
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Ontario’s financial status quo is not sustainable. That’s the conclusion of numerous independent analyses, the former provincial treasurer, and the province’s own commission on reform of public sector services. Yet despite these warnings, the province has allowed an unsustainable set of fiscal policies to persist while missing opportunities for reform.

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As BC parents and students struggle with the teachers’ strike and prospects of a significantly delayed school year, it’s worth understanding how and why one-in-eight students (and their parents) in the province is unaffected by the strike.