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People for Education's 2018 Annual report on Ontario’s schools outlines need for support for “the new basics” in education.
New data from People for Education show that, despite the importance of arts education, equitable access to arts programs and resources is an ongoing challenge for Ontario’s schools.
The fundraising advantage may be increasing the equity gap by providing already advantaged students with more enrichment than their more disadvantaged counterparts.
New data from People for Education's annual school survey show a significant decline in the percentage of elementary schools with specialist music teachers over the last decade.
A new report shows that guidance counsellors are stretched thin in Ontario elementary and secondary schools.
People for Education's annual report on Ontario’s schools shows decline in library staff and music teachers; improvements in Indigenous education.
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It is a challenge for Ontario's principals to find the time to fulfill their role as curriculum leaders, while also managing all of the administrative tasks involving the school building and staff.
This article looks at the under-representation of racialized and low-income students in gifted programs.
In this article for Principal Connections magazine, Christine Schandl, People for Education's Research Manager, talks about equity issues identified in our 2018 annual survey findings.
In this article about the results from the Thames Valley school board's 2017 parent survey, Annie Kidder talks about the importance of effective communication in supporting parent engagement.
Global News: Report finds students with special needs in Ontario increasingly asked to stay home from school
This Global News story highlights our survey findings that a growing number of principals are asking special education students to stay home for part or all of the school day.