educational choice

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Misconceptions and untruths threaten public funding for independent schools in B.C.
In B.C., the average income for families with students in non-elite independent schools is $78,894 compared to $77,396 for public school families.

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Most independent schools in B.C. don't cater to elites
The average income for families with children attending most B.C. independent schools is $78,894.

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Right idea, wrong messenger, for education reform in Ontario

Unlike all four western provinces and Quebec, Ontario offers no funding for independent schools.

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Charter schools are particularly well-equipped and effective at serving the needs of students of disadvantaged populations.

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With teacher contracts ratified in Ontario, attention can be turned from what teachers want to what parents want. And it’s increasingly clear that parents want choice.