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Majority of Canadians Dissatisfied with Public Education System, Survey Finds

Taslima Jamal

The top concerns cited by respondents include discipline and accountability, curriculum choices, and new teaching methods.

A recent survey by SecondStreet.org reveals that a growing number of Canadians are dissatisfied with the public education system, with 55% believing it’s heading in the wrong direction. This marks a significant increase from 2020, when only 32% held this view.

The top concerns cited by respondents include discipline and accountability, curriculum choices, and new teaching methods. SecondStreet.org President Colin Craig expressed concern over these findings and urged school boards and provincial governments to address these issues.

While 25% of respondents believe the system is on the right track, the survey results highlight a growing dissatisfaction among Canadians regarding the state of public education in the country.

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