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Ontario has provided funding for tutoring programs. But does it really help? According to researchers, it depends on quality, frequency, and links to curriculum.
People for Education’s latest report reveals gaps and challenges in Ontario's first steps toward de-streaming Grade 9.
The choices politicians make will affect not only 2.5 million children and young people, but also Ontario's economy, health care system, and future. PFE has questions for the political parties.
Ontario's agreement with the federal government to support lowered costs and greater access to early learning and child care programs will have long-term benefits for children and families. But was it worth the wait?.
People for Education has put together a Canada-wide tracker for the new early learning and child care agreements 2021-2026 between provinces/territories and the federal government, with a overview of details on access, affordability, quality, and…
Findings from 2021-22 Annual Ontario School Survey reveal challenges and issues that principals of Ontario's publicly funded schools are facing in the second year of the pandemic.
Ontario's education recovery plan focuses on time-limited programs such as tutoring to get students "back on track" - missing a long-term vision.
The province is planning to move much of the control over online learning in secondary schools out of the hands of school boards and put it under the control of TVO’s Independent Learning Centre.
Only 4 out of 13 provinces and territories have articulated a vision or guidelines to manage, assess, or respond to the educational impact of COVID-19. None has allocated the substantial funding true recovery and renewal…
A pan-Canadian scan of K to 12 education policies reveals that all provinces and territories have detailed safety strategies, but few have comprehensive plans to manage, assess, or respond to the educational impact of COVID-19.