People for Education Reports
An undeniable reality has emerged in the COVID-19 pandemic: Technology can be a very useful tool in education, but it cannot act as a replacement for the rich learning and human development that happens in the myriad face-to-face settings and relationships that exist in schools.Read report Download PDF
The 2019 report on Ontario schools, based on survey responses from 1254 principals across Ontario, points to evidence that the school environment—and all of the adults in it—are key drivers for students’ overall success.Read report Download PDF
This report, based on the results from our Annual Ontario School Survey, looks at the use of technology in today's schools, including BYOD policies, e-learning, access to technology, and the role of school libraries.Read report Download PDF
This report, based on the results from our Annual Ontario School Survey, looks at the policies, programs, and resources available to support students’ career and life planning. It finds that Ontario may be falling behind at a time when there is growing pressure to prepare students for a rapidly changing, increasingly complex future.Read report Download PDF
Principals and vice-principals: The scope of their work in today's schools
In response to People for Education’s Annual Ontario School Survey, 22% of elementary school principals and 10% of secondary principals reported that managing facilities is the most time-consuming part of their job. Principals are experiencing competing demands on their time – leaving them with less time to fulfill their role as curriculum leaders.Download PDF
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