Parents need reliable information based on data to make informed decisions about education.
Spending on B.C. public schools rose from $6.2 billion to $7.1 billion, a 15.4 per cent increase.
Those responsible for the delivery of education must be dedicated to continuous improvement.
In 2015/16, B.C. spent $11,656 per student.
The government monopoly on education curriculum eliminates diversity and experimentation that can lead to better methods of teaching.