Opposition to school choice in Canada is most vehement in the leadership of teachers’ unions. This is unfortunate because their counterparts in countries that use school vouchers think very differently.
The overall satisfaction of teachers and parents who are invested in private schools should make Canada consider how charter schools are currently outdoing the public system.
A further look at how it has been found that the number of students in a class has little to do with the success of students.
Now that the federal election is over, various scribblers and pundits are busy interpreting our new parliament’s pronounced party divisions.
An international poll conducted last fall by Environics, a Toronto-based survey company, exposed a high level of public confusion about the issue of global warming and the consequences of government action to contain the phenomenon.
Our universities are floundering. In the worst public sector tradition, they remain substantially disconnected from their customers and financial benefactors. Funds pour into declining faculties while ones in demand turn away students for lack of resources.