The Quebec English School Board's nine boards will see a drop nearly by half
Experts tell schools and educators to stop trying to control students' use of technology, such as Facebook and texting
New study: children with higher math and reading abilities have better incomes in adulthood
Money to go toward building 23 new schools and expanding another 46, mostly off the island of Montreal
How parents and schools can help support targets of sex-related bullying
1st Grade abilities key to skills later on
Try these easy school lunch ideas
Starting in September, kids from some low-income neighbourhoods will be able to send their 4-year-olds to school
The government has come out with a helpful booklet that explains what your role as a parent is with regard to homework and how to help your child
Discover what strategies this expert offers to parents
Despite the Quebec government's commitment to reduce the number of kids in a class, it doesn't seem to have been implemented in many school boards
A new study suggests that in one-time testing, boys do better than girls, but when tested 5 times, girls and boys have equal abitities
Quebec will start creating all day kindergarten classes to help them be better prepared for school.
Teachers are well paid, students aren't tested until they are teenagers, there is very little homework assigned and no private schools.
Mock battles and mock violence are a normal part of boyhood and don't deserve punishment
A new study indicates that parents are better off showing kids they value effort and hard work rather than just saying how good a chld is at a certain task
The teachers' union of the Lester B. Pearson School board says the number of students in classes is steadily on the rise.
A new study shows that early morning exercise substantially increases a child's ability to concentrate at school
A Concordia University professor talks about her research on how to bring up kids so they are bilingual
Declining enrolment has many of these boards trying to figure out ways to get more families to send their children to English schools with immersion programs