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C.D. Howe School Reports
The C.D. Howe Institute is a national, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that aims to improve Canadians' standard of living by fostering sound economic and social policy.They have school reports for British Columia, Alberta and Ontario.
Canadian Information Centre
for International Credentials
The Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials (CICIC) collects, organizes, and distributes information, and acts as a national clearing house and referral service to support the recognition and portability of Canadian and international educational and occupational qualifications.
Grading Alberta’s High Schools
Fraser Institute’s Annual High School Rankings is an overall rating of each school’s academic performance. Building on data about student results provided by Alberta Learning (the provincial ministry of education), each school is rated on a scale from zero to 10.
Manitoba Schools, School Divisions and Districts
Manitoba Schools, School Divisions and Districts Contact information for Manitoba schools, school divisions and districts, including maps, calendar dates and school board contacts.
New Brunswick Report
Report Card on New Brunswick’s Anglophone High Schools 2004 Edition by the Fraser Institute.
Nova Scotia Student Asssessment Results
The Nova Scotia Department of education is responsible for all matters relating to public school education and teaching, post-secondary education, including financial assistance for students; apprenticeship; trades, technical, technological and applied arts training; the Provincial Library and immigration, other than business immigration.
Nunavut Early Childhood Program
The Early Childhood Program encourages the development of early childhood programs and licensed childcare facilities. Currently there are 47 licensed programs in 23 communities. These licensed facilities include daycares, preschools, Head Start Programs and afterschool programs.
Prince Edward Island School Inspections
Prince Edward Island is a place where learning is highly valued. All individuals have the opportunity to develop their full social, intellectual, economic, cultural and physical potential. The Department of Education is the leader in ensuring equitable opportunities for lifelong learning.
Report Card on Ontario's Elementary Schools
The Report Card on Ontario's Elementary Schools: 2008 Edition by The Fraser Institute collects a variety of relevant, objective indicators of school performance into one, easily accessible public document so that anyone can analyze and compare the performance of individual schools. By doing so, the Report Card assists parents when they choose a school for their children and encourages and assists all those seeking to improve their schools.
Report Card on Ontario's Secondary Schools
Report Card on Ontario's SecondarySchools: 2008 Edition by The Fraser Institute collects a variety of relevant, objective indicators of school performance into one, easily accessible public document so that anyone can analyze and compare the performance of individual schools. By doing so, the Report Card assists parents when they choose a school for their children and encourages and assists all those seeking to improve their schools.
Report Card on Quebec's Secondary Schools
The Montreal Economic Institute and The Fraser Institute today released the Report Card on Quebec’s Secondary Schools: 2007 Edition, the only publicly available, independent measurement of 455 of Quebec’s public and private, French and English, secondary schools.
Secondary Education in Canada
A Student Transfer Guide. Find out what the education requirements and structure is in your new Province/Territory for your child/ren.
Study and curricula in Nunavut schools
Programs of study and curricula approved for use in Nunavut schools from grades 7 to 12. These programs and curricula are the ones that were approved for use in Nunavut schools at the time of division from the Northwest Territories. New programs and curricula are currently being developed for our schools, and this information will be updated on an annual basis.
Newfoundland & Labrador School Districts
Public school boards in Newfoundland and Labrador administer the daily operations of Kindergarten to Grade 12 schools within their district.
Saskatchewan Curriculum and Instruction Branch
Core Curriculum includes components and initiatives such as Common Essential Learnings, Aboriginal Content & Perspectives, Resource-based learning, Gender Equity, and Multicultural Education.
The Council of Ministers of Education
The Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC) is an intergovernmental body founded in 1967 by ministers of education to serve as a forum to discuss policy issues,
a mechanism through which to undertake activities, projects, and initiatives in areas of mutual interest.
Yukon Education Statistics
Information from the 2006 Cencus on education trends in Yukon.
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