school choice

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Ontario can learn from Alberta and save small schools

The Ontario government does not fund independent schools nor allow parents to create charter schools.

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More choice—not more money—will fix Saskatchewan schools

The province's student test scores declined by 38 points in math, 21 points in reading and 22 points in science.

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Party leadership hopeful makes erroneous claims about school choice in Alberta

If the government operates a short list of school options, it won’t provide the diversity many families require.

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More parental involvement in Alberta schools will benefit students

Teachers should leave their personal political views at home and focus on educating students.

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Families in other provinces enjoy more school choice than Ontario families

More school choice leads to more specialized and diverse schools for students.

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Ontario families deserve more school choice

The government should let parents decide where to direct their children’s education funding.

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Defunding independent schools will rob B.C. families of ability to choose

The province's math scores have declined significantly over the last 20 years.

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Some New Year’s resolutions for Ontario’s education minister

School boards are distracted by power struggles between trustees and debates about Pride flags.