Boost Competition In Education To Keep Wages In Line

June 25 2015 – Christine VanGeyn – Hamilton Spectator – “Parents and students should expect strikes to continue, considering the lack of competition within Ontario’s education system….One workable solution could be to simply create more choice in education. There is some competition between boards, primarily the English Public and English Catholic boards, but more school choice may be a useful pressure valve to undercut the overwhelming power the teachers unions have over government and parents.”

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Spring Regional Session - GTA - April 26 2018

April 26 2018 – 12noon – 4pm – Upper York School – Markham, ON – An informal afternoon lunch & learn opportunity – roundtable discussion, employment legislation updates, insurance compliance & policy development and government relations update prior to provincial election in June

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Spring Regional Session - Western ON - April 24 2018

April 24 2018 – 12noon – 4pm – Hitherfield School - Guelph/Campbellville, ON - An informal afternoon lunch & learn opportunity – roundtable discussion, employment legislation updates, insurance compliance & policy development and government relations update prior to provincial election in June

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Spring Regional Session - Eastern ON - Kingston

April 18 2018 - 12noon - 4pm - Leahurst College - Kingston, ON - An informal afternoon lunch & learn opportunity - roundtable discussion, employment legislation updates, insurance compliance & policy development and government relations update prior to provincial election in June

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Cutting Funding For Private Schools 'Short-Sighted'

February 21 2018 - CBC News - Josee St. Onge - "The Edmonton public school board's call to phase out funding for private schools is stirring up an old debate about the role of private education in Alberta. Parents and educators say private schools fill gaps in the education system."

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Independent Schools In British Columbia: Myths & Realties

September 20 2016 - Barbara Mitchell Centre For Education Improvement - This study finds that despite frequent claims to the contrary, independent schools do not drain resources from public schools, but in fact, the elimination of the partial funding of independent schools would likely increase the strain on public schools and on B.C. taxpayers. 

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