Ontario union leaders claim public education is underfunded and students are suffering as a result. But the data tell a different story.
The summer break began in cities where wealthy families and other suburbanites fled the summertime heat.
The simplest way to expand school choice is to let the money follow students to the school their parents choose.
The New Brunswick government will require parental consent before students under the age of 16 can change their names and gender identities at school.
Many public school boards are obsessed with erasing all differences between gender and racial groups.
The province has the highest percentage of students enrolled in homeschooling in the country.
Specialty schools in areas such as sports, arts and faith-based education are few and far between.
In Manitoba and B.C., Catholic schools are eligible for up to 50 per cent of the operational funding allotted to public schools.
As far as unions are concerned, more money is the solution to all things ailing public education.
In Ontario, the government has combined academic and applied math courses.