People for Education is leading a conversation, both in Ontario and nationally, about the purpose, value and future of universal public education. Connect with us and keep the conversation about public education going.
Ontario needs a coherent and comprehensive plan for the next steps in the education system. To accomplish this, the province should constitute a tasks force leaders from all the major education organizations.
Report recommends changes to funding and policy for technology in Ontario schools
People for Education has launched a campaign to promote The New Basics - 5 areas of essential skills and competencies for long-term success.
People for Education's 2018 Annual report on Ontario’s schools focuses on need for education “ecosystem”.
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Call 416-534-0100 or email [email protected] to book an interview with Executive Director, Annie Kidder, or other members of the People for Education team.
It's parent-teacher interview time, and People for Education's tip sheet for parents provides tips on how to prepare, possible questions to ask, and the importance of following up.
Globe and Mail: Play equity: Should parent fundraising determine the quality of Toronto’s schoolyards?
People for Education's annual survey findings show that for every $1 raised in schools in low-income neighbourhoods, affluent neighbourhoods are able to raise $49, an increase from $1 and $25 nine years ago.
Annie Kidder comments on the TDSB's suggestion that specialty school programs should be phased out to create a more equitable TDSB.
People for Education's report found that "17 per cent of elementary students and 22 per cent of secondary school students receive special education assistance – percentages which have increased steadily over the last two decades."
A look at the history of People for Education, and how it has progressed over the last 20 years.