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  • Archive: Capital Investments Getting Results

    As a result of the McGuinty government's $5.4 billion provincewide investment in school renovations, repairs and construction, Ontario is: reducing the backlog of renewal needs i...

    Archived Backgrounder | Education

  • Archive: Ontario Students Celebrate Earth Day

    Students across Ontario are celebrating Earth Day and putting the lessons they learn in school into action, including planting trees, bringing litter-less lunches and cleaning their school yar...

    Archived News Release | Education

  • Archive: Graduation Rates Rise Again

    The graduation rate is calculated based on a five-year cohort (group of students). The rate is the percentage of a cohort that receives a diploma within five years of starting high school.

    Archived Bulletin | Education

  • Archive: Thunder Bay School Gets Green Makeover

    Nearly 900 high school students at Superior Collegiate and Vocational Institute in Thunder Bay started this school year in a new, energy efficient building.

    Archived News Release | Education

  • Archive: Biography: Richard M. Alway

    Richard Alway has had a long and distinguished career in the educational, cultural and ecumenical public service.

    Archived Backgrounder | Education

  • Archive: Support For School Board Governance Legislation

    The McGuinty government is proposing amendments to the Education Act that would make increasing student achievement the number one priority for local school boards.  

    Archived Backgrounder | Education

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