Independent school enrolment reaches a high of 12.8 per cent in B.C. and a low of 0.8 per cent in New Brunswick.
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.
Singapore, the top-scoring country in math and science , had eight more students (on average) in its high school classes than Canada.
After a certain point, you get less “bang for the buck” for any additional spending.
Per student education spending in Canada increased by 39 per cent in just over a decade.
Last week marked the one-year anniversary of the exoneration of Lynden Dorval, an Edmonton physics teacher who was fired for giving zeroes on student assignments that were not completed.