educational choice

8:42AM
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Parents want standardized tests even if unions don’t

In Ontario, 52 per cent of students in Sixth Grade failed to meet provincial standards in mathematics.


9:31AM
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All provinces—not just Alberta—should allow charter schools

Charter schools increase the choices available to families, particularly those with limited means.


9:13AM
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Nine out of 10 parents in Atlantic Canada support standardized testing

Standardized testing provides an objective assessment of student progress and proficiency in core subjects.


10:14AM
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Ontario independent schools deserve ‘safe return’ funds despite Ford government hostility

In terms of independent school funding, Ontario is out of step with many provinces and European countries.


8:03AM
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Greater school choice produces better student outcomes

Imposing a monolithic conformity on all children through a monopoly school system is not a sensible way to serve a diverse population.


8:55AM
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Learning pods prove that governments should fund students—not systems

It’s a myth that only well-to-do families seek alternative education.


11:15AM
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Canadians families may soon benefit from U.S. education reform

U.S. legislation would help produce scholarships to fund a wide range of education choices for students.