Competing Priorities: The 2017 report on Ontario’s publicly funded schools
The report - based on survey results from more than 1,000 Ontario schools – shows a decline in specialist library and music teachers, but a substantial improvement in Indigenous education programs.
Should private money fund public schools?
Chapman's Ice Cream is offering $2 million in funding to save the only school in Markdale from closing.
Toronto’s art school students mostly white, from high-income families, study finds
A new study from OISE find that students at Toronto's art school are predominantly white and from higher-income families, despite the TDSB being on of the most diverse school boards in North America.
People for Education’s response to Ontario’s well-being strategy
In our recent response to the Ministry of Education's proposed well-being strategy, we identified three areas of concern.
Press conference highlights: career and life planning in Ontario’s schools
Watch video-clips from our press conference on March 1 to release our report on career and life-planning in schools.
Students missing out on vital career/life planning support
Our report on career and life planning in schools finds that the majority of elementary schools and nearly half of high schools have been unable to implement the province’s education, career and life-planning program.
How the province funds parent involvement
The province spends approximately $6 million per year to support parents' involvement in Ontario's education system.
Education funding and school closings
Over the last few years, the Ministry of Education has made substantial changes to education funding.
People for Education conference videos
Did you miss our annual conference in November? Were you there, but want to re-visit some of the sessions?
People for Education conference takeaways
We invited our conference speakers to share a few key takeaways and resources, and here's what we've heard so far...