People for Education Reports
People for Education's Annual report on Ontario’s publicly-funded schools is an audit of the education system – a way of keeping track of the impact of funding and policy choices in schools across the province. The report is based on survey responses from over 1100 principals in English, Catholic and French schools across the province.Read report Download PDF
This report, based on survey results from 1,196 Ontario principals shows there may be a disconnect between provincial policy, which stresses the relationship between guidance programs and overall student success, and the reality in Ontario schools. The vast majority of elementary schools have no guidance counsellors at all, and that in secondary schools the ratio of students to guidance teachers is relatively high.Read report Download PDF
Dr. Michelle Boucher unpacks the intersections between the priorities of French-language schools and the goals for the Measuring What Matters initiative. The mandate of Francophone education in a minority reaches beyond the classroom and harmonizes with the domains above.Read report Download PDF
Nina Bascia from Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto highlights the interactive and dynamic environments in schools that support and shape rich learning experiences for students and educators.Read report Download PDF
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