Last year alone, about 300,000 parents, teachers, school principals, and others interested in B.C. schools visited the Fraser Institute’s school performance website The Report Card on British Columbia’s Secondary Schools is all about comparing schools on the basis of student success. Last year alone, about 300,000 parents, teachers, school principals, and others interested in B.C.
The belief that the challenges facing public schools arise from a lack of resources is not supported by the evidence As parents settle back into school year routines, it’s inevitable that questions regarding education spending and the performance of our schools will return to the forefront. This is particularly true in provinces like Ontario and
The same people who lament corporate monopolies see nothing wrong with government monopolies By Sean Speer and Charles Lammam : Normally this is the time of year many B.C. families would be counting down the days until school resumed. But this year is different, with the ongoing B.C. teachers’ union labour dispute casting a pall of
Educational Researcher Says It Will Boost Learning & Cut Costs Less than half of high school graduates who took the SAT in 2013 were prepared for college, continuing a five-year trend. Less than half – 44 percent — who took the ACT had the reading skills necessary for college. That’s down from 53 percent in