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In this report Dr. Paul Bocking discusses transformations to Ontario, Canada’s K-12 education systems during the COVID-19 pandemic, including an acceleration of education privatization.
This article presents findings from a study that investigated the perspectives of marginalized children about school choice in Toronto and Vancouver, Canada.
This Op-Ed highlights the impact of reduced education funding on teachers and students.
This report presents details about fundraising in Ontario’s public schools in 2022-2023, including its prevalence, amounts raised , how fundraised dollars are spent, and variations between schools.
This article examines how and why neoliberal education policies, often lacking evidentiary basis, come to be endorsed — often by the very people they harm.
This article reviews research on education privatization and school choice in Canada between 1997 and 2017.
This article introduces public-private partnerships, including their risks and benefits to the public.
This paper (with graphic images) summarizes a dialogue between teachers, academic, community stakeholders, and the BCTF about resisting privatization in BC.
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