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The new plan for rural and northern education includes $20 million in additional funding for school boards with a high number of students who live in rural areas.
Chapman's Ice Cream is offering $2 million in funding to save the only school in Markdale from closing.
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.
This report by Dr. Carl James examines the schooling of Black students in the Greater Toronto Area.
The province spends approximately $6 million per year to support parents' involvement in Ontario's education system.
Over the last few years, the Ministry of Education has made substantial changes to education funding.
Approximately 20,000 Canadian 15-year-olds from about 900 schools participated in international PISA tests in 2015. Results show Canada's public education system is strong.
We’ve heard it as a hot topic at family dinner tables, and from employers complaining about the lack of needed skills in job applicants: What are schools doing to prepare young people for a complex…
On September 23rd, Ontario's Premier sent "mandate letters" to all of her Ministers.
For the past three years, People for Education has been engaged in a project to develop broader goals and measures of success in education.