Where does your school rank? Paul Bennett (AIMS Fellow/Author) from Schoolhouse Consulting discusses his latest paper from AIMS with Rick Howe, set to release this coming week.
By Michael Zwaagstra (AIMS Research Fellow) Last year, Newfoundland and Labrador’s government published a roadmap to better government in the future, with the title The Way Forward. This ambitious plan outlines how the government plans to modernize the public sector, build its economy for a sustainable future, and improve educational outcomes. Earlier this year, the [...]
AIMS President Navarro-Génie joined the Sheldon MacLeod Show to discuss the latest article released on the charter school system, misconceptions regarding the system in Canada, and educational choice that can benefit Canadian parents and children alike.
By Paige MacPherson (AIMS Author) The Guardian, 04 September 2018 The Telegram, 08 September 2018 The Calgary Herald, 20 September 2018 The Toronto Sun, 15 September 2018 Nova Scotian kids aren’t getting access to the educational choices they deserve. While students in five provinces have a diverse range of partially or fully funded school options, [...]
“Education isn’t one-size-fits-all. Different kids require different kinds of outreach.” Charter Schools on News 95.7
Is it time we expanded our understanding of public education in the Atlantic region? Listen to AIMS author and alumna Paige MacPherson of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation discuss the charter school model on the Sheldon MacLeod Show.
On September 2, 2018, the Chronicle Herald published a letter to the editor referencing our 2015 study Education on Wheels: Seizing Cost and Energy Efficiency Opportunities in Student Transportation as evidence to support their claim of not "sticking kids on school buses." Another letter to the editor was published, in reference to a series of columns [...]
An Untapped Potential for Educational Diversity by Paige MacPherson is the latest study published by AIMS, demonstrating how a review of research on charter schools and the provincial education systems in Eastern Canada shows that such schools offer great potential to widen educational options to students of all income levels, and may be exceptionally valuable [...]
A commentary in the Telegraph-Journal referenced AIMS research on teacher accountability. Read the article here Read the AIMS research on teacher accountability here
BY Michael Zwaagstra (AIMS Research Fellow) The latest test results from the Pan-Canadian Assessment Program (PCAP) reveal that Prince Edward Island students scored among the highest in the country. It is impressive, but even more so when we remember that a decade ago P.E.I. scored at the bottom of Canadian provinces. One should not read [...]