Most (86%) Canadians are Concerned About Public Elementary School Children’s Performance in Reading, Writing, and Math

Three-quarters (75%) Agree that Standardized Testing is a Good Way to Measure and Compare Performance of Students Against Other Provinces and Jurisdictions

Thursday, September 06, 2012

Toronto, ON – Most (86%) Canadians are ‘concerned’ (48% strongly/38% somewhat) about ‘the performance of school children on basic things like reading, writing and math’, while few (14%) are ‘not concerned’ (3% strongly/12% somewhat) about public elementary school children’s performance in these key areas, according to a new Ipsos...

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Most (86%) Canadians are Concerned About Public Elementary School Children’s Performance in Reading, Writing, and Math

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