education different in each province?
Hi, does anyone know how the education system works inCanada? I've read that Canada has no federal educational system and that provincial departments of education - headed by an elected minister - set their own standards.
Does this mean that the education in general differs in each province? Or are there still some guidelines?
29 mai 2007, 12:34 Simone
In most provinces, individual schools now set, conduct and mark their own examinations. In some provinces, however, students must pass a graduation examination in certain key subjects in order to proceed to the post-secondary level. University entrance thus depends on course selection and marks in high school; requirements vary from province to province.
However, the Government of Canada plays an indirect but vital role in education.James 31 mai 2007, 07:14 - Signaler un abus