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The students of Ontario have the lowest score in mathematics

Even before the election of Ontario, Premier Doug Ford has reportedly been open about the mathematics students of Ontario and their decline in test results. The students of Grade 6 have the lowest of the math scores in

Most teachers around Ontario and Canada feel the class size matters

The class which comprises fewer students are always beneficial for the teachers and students alike. By the looks of it, it is excruciatingly helpful for the teachers like Karen Ebanks to put the students who are lagging

The massive growth of admissions among international students in Canada

The amount of Vietnamese attaining their education all around Canada accelerated to 46 percent only just a year ago to 20,330 in the year 2018. On the other hand, this also signifies that the number of  United State

E-learning in schools could meet with challenges in rural Ontario

Lara Alt faced with a stressful scenario in the last minute when she was trying to send assignments for the Careers & Civics summer course of Grade 10. The problem was with the Internet connection as it kept on dropp

Document Highlights Manitoba’s Education System Fail to Meet Expectations

With recent reports on Manitoba’s kindergarten to Grade 12 School system, the commission reviews it. A discussion paper is released by the commissionaires to steer the discussion on the matter. The co-chairman, Man

Canadian School get funding from China for Chinese Classes

According to reports, the children in Canadian schools learn Chinese culture in their weekly classes. The report says that the classes if being funded by Beijing. On the other hand, one expert argues that they also get a

Canadian parents and the free money for the education of their kids

In Canada, high education also known as the post-secondary is far away from being cheap. Nevertheless, the Canadian federal government is giving the parents a little bit of money to fund their children’s education.

Changes that Saskatchewan needs in their education system

It might sound a little farfetch'd, but an online survey regarding what does work and what doesn’t work in the schools of Saskatchewan is going the help the education system of the province to shape a better fu