Universal public education is a cornerstone of our democratic society. A strong public education system plays a key role in ensuring that the next generation has the skills and competencies needed to contribute to a fair and prosperous society.
Research on publicly funded education
The e-Learning session at People for Education's annual conference showed me the nuanced perspectives held by opponents and proponents of e-Learning and the various concerns held about the appropriate design and implementation of mandatory e-Learning…
The Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation has led a year-long consultative process to "Re-imagine Education." They have released a 12-point plan.
Changes to education funding in Ontario are having an impact on contract negotiations, staffing, and school boards' budgets.
People for Education has taken a look at The Ontario Human Rights Commission's Right to Read inquiry that examines possible human rights issues in public education in Ontario.
To understand the implications of Ontario's plan to require high school students will to take four online courses in order to graduate, People for Education has examined e-learning across North America.
A new report from the Conference Board of Canada has found that investing in public education produces a direct pay off to the economy.
School boards are talking about cuts to funding and teaching staff, but how does the province provide funding to school boards and why is each board’s funding different?
School boards and schools across Ontario have announced reductions in course offerings, teacher lay-off notices, and budget cuts.
The Ontario Student Trustees’ Association has released The Students’ Vision for Education, with recommendations to transform every facet of the education system.
Is there more money in the system? Less? How many teachers will be lost? And is this is a conversation about class size or money? Annie Kidder looks at the latest funding announcements and what…
How publicly funded education works in Ontario
Learn more about the structure of Ontario's education system, how education funding works, and the roles and responsibilities of the people within the system.
Public education in the news
According to the Thames Valley District School Board, rural schools will be most affected by the proposed cuts to education funding. These cuts may affect both classroom learning and student mental health.
Annie Kidder, our Executive Director, is one of the panelists on TVO's The Agenda, talking about the impact of recently announced changes to education.
Ottawa Citizen: Ontario is poised to require every high school student take four online courses. What does it mean?
The provincial government has announced that secondary school students will be required to take four out of 30 high school credits as online courses.