Introduction Progressive public policies and long-term vision have brought Saskatchewan back to the forefront of economic development. News headlines depict the province as the land of opportunity. Saskatchewan is leading the country in economic and population growth, and it reports …
The 2nd Annual Report Card on Western Canadian High Schools provides the public with the requisite information to identify problems and, when warranted, celebrate successes. The objective is to hold our schools accountable with it, and improve the education they deliver.
Regina’s high schools ranked mid-pack and lower, based on a new marking system that evaluates how such institutions in Saskatchewan are performing.
Regina’s high schools ranked mid-pack and lower based on a new marking system that evaluates how such institutions in Saskatchewan are performing.
Media release for the 1st Annual Report Card on Western Canadian High Schools
“Manitoba operates in the dark ages compared to other western provinces in its lack of information on how students perform academically at individual high schools.” Coverage in the Winnipeg Free Press.
A Winnipeg-based think tank says the Manitoba government is doing its citizens a disservice by refusing to publicly release exam results and other academic data.
Manitoba has evolved into a supplicant society based on equalization payments that have the unintentional effect of limiting the province’s freedom and prosperity.
If we want our kids to be better educated and better equipped to take on the world, openness matters—a lot.
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