Provinces PISA scores in all three subjects are below the national average.
Quebec and B.C. have fairly simple public education systems, relying on independent schools to provide the bulk of educational choice.
Spending on public schools in Ontario increased from $25.5 billion to $27.9 billion.
Three years later B.C. has fallen to fourth place in reading, science and math.
Canada’s lowest average score was in math—12th overall.
PISA tests results are widely considered the global “gold standard” for measurement in this area.
Ontario’s larger classes will remain smaller than classes in Quebec and Alberta.
The government monopoly on education curriculum eliminates diversity and experimentation that can lead to better methods of teaching.