Real education reform long overdue in Ontario

But the Progressive Conservatives promise nothing more than a disappointing package that ensures education status quo in the province

Real education reform long overdue in Ontario
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But the Progressive Conservatives promise nothing more than a disappointing package that ensures education status quo in the province

Alberta’s independent schools provide needed choice, value

Despite activist claims, most independent schools in Alberta are not bastions for the rich, but they do fill a critical education niche

Alberta’s independent schools provide needed choice, value
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Despite activist claims, most independent schools in Alberta are not bastions for the rich, but they do fill a critical education niche

What Betsy DeVos could learn about school choice from Ontario

Unfortunately, the U.S. Education Secretary would have to visit the past to find truly innovative approaches to school choice

What Betsy DeVos could learn about school choice from Ontario
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Unfortunately, the U.S. Education Secretary would have to visit the past to find truly innovative approaches to school choice

Kudos to Toronto, but independent schools still face discrimination

Subjecting parents choosing such schools for their children to extra costs is discriminatory

Kudos to Toronto, but independent schools still face discrimination
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Subjecting parents choosing such schools for their children to extra costs is discriminatory

Toppling the misperceptions about home-schooling

Home-schooling successes show that parents and kids can be far more responsible for decisions about their education than imagined

Toppling the misperceptions about home-schooling
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Home-schooling successes show that parents and kids can be far more responsible for decisions about their education than imagined

Back to school: choosing wisely for your children

Independent schools achieve a better balance of good academic, civic, religious and spiritual outcomes

Back to school: choosing wisely for your children
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Independent schools achieve a better balance of good academic, civic, religious and spiritual outcomes

English public schools becoming less popular in Saskatchewan

French schools increased their share of students, as did Catholic schools. And independent schools and home-schooling options are becoming far more popular

English public schools becoming less popular in Saskatchewan
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French schools increased their share of students, as did Catholic schools. And independent schools and home-schooling options are becoming far more popular

The shift away from public schools in B.C.

B.C. policy-makers would be wise to take note that independent school enrolment is increasing and public school numbers are down

The shift away from public schools in B.C.
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B.C. policy-makers would be wise to take note that independent school enrolment is increasing and public school numbers are down

How school systems respond to the pressure to be inclusive

Fundamental to human rights in Canada is access to a public education system that offers choice and quality to the taxpayers who pay for it

How school systems respond to the pressure to be inclusive
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Fundamental to human rights in Canada is access to a public education system that offers choice and quality to the taxpayers who pay for it

Treating everyone the same is bad for learning

The solution is not to opt for the lowest common denominator but instead to expand the levels of genuine school choice for students and parents

Treating everyone the same is bad for learning
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The solution is not to opt for the lowest common denominator but instead to expand the levels of genuine school choice for students and parents