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There are many great advantages moving to Quebec however, Bill 101 is not one them. This bill limits your options for the education of your child, especially if you are new to Canada. This legislation was created and implemented in 1977, in order to protect the French language and free the province from the dominant language, English.
This pre-university program is delivered in collaboration with the Ontario Virtual School, which is fully accredited by the Ontario Ministry of Education, therefore students who graduate from this program will receive the Ontario Secondary Schools Diploma.
Independent School Digital Marketing Strategies are examined. SchoolAdvice is unique in its field, founded by experienced independent school educators and partnered with cutting edge digital marketing experts, we help schools engage online with future families seeking Independent schools for their children.
There are many benefits in experiencing a Canadian education, both inside and outside of the classroom. Studying in Canada is an excellent way for your child to experience a multicultural landscape as well as to pursue personal growth in order to reach their full potential. Aside from all of these educational benefits that Canada has to offer, there are many other things to think about before sending your child to study in a new and different country. One such thing is guardianship. What is it? Who needs it?
Choosing a school for you child is always a challenge. For parents of autistic children the challenge can be overwhelming. This post by Katie Nicol, Special Education consultant at SchoolAdvice provides families with some practical guidelines for choosing the best fit school for their autistic children.
Expand your educational horizons by studying in Canada where educational options are many and widely recognized by International Colleges and Universities. Consult with SchoolAdvice when choosing best fit schools and guardianship options. SchoolAdvice, Canada’s network of Professional Educators.
Educators looking for teaching jobs in International Private Schools will be interested in gaining access to teaching jobs posted on more than 40 private schools career opportunity pages. Discover salaries, perks, and how much a teacher can save on SchoolAdvice, Canada’s network of Professional Educators.
In Canada elementary, secondary, and post-secondary education is a provincial responsibility and there are many variations between the provinces. As education is within provincial jurisdiction the curriculum is overseen by the province. View a list of British Columbia Independent and Private School profiles.
In Canada elementary, secondary, and post-secondary education is a provincial responsibility and there are many variations between the provinces. As education is within provincial jurisdiction the curriculum is overseen by the province. View a list of Alberta Independent and Private School profiles.
Study in Canada at Vancouver Private Schools Between 2008 and 2015, there was a 92% increase in the number of international students in Canada, reported by the Canadian Bureau for International Education. According to the same report, 95% of international students...
The Changing Landscape A Personal Learning Plan is becoming a necessary part of a students educational footprint. Secondary schools in the United States have, in some states, made this a required element in a student's curriculum. Certain key...
Public VS Private/Independent The latest rankings issued by the Fraser Institute show that 20 of the top 25 schools in Quebec are Private / Independent Schools with the vast majority of the top schools located in the Montreal region. While the top 5 Schools tied for...
SchoolAdvice Partner To Whom it Should Concern, My name is Fabrice Vanegas, I write this letter, hoping to address a situation of disquieting urgency. My intention is not to cause alarm with useless hyperbole, or to aimlessly spout pointless rhetoric. I write this to...
The Introduction Letter A Back-To-School introduction letter can be a good way to start the year for many primary , junior school, and middle school children. It's an ice breaker and allows your child to get up close with his or her new teacher on the first day back...
Reference Checking, Anyone? Reference Checking, Anyone? by Steve Mandell Head of School Pinewood Preparatory School LinkedIn With the hiring season coming to a close, I am reflecting on a critical and often missed step in hiring - reference checking. Without treating...
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