If you want to avoid the long list of ailments that afflict children and teenagers around the world, you’re going to need to make a mental leap to make sure you’re on the right track.
And if you’re in Canada, there’s no better place than Ontario.
But as you might expect, that leap requires a bit of mental gymnastics, since the province has some pretty heavy responsibility for the health of young people.
That’s why the government has partnered with the National Institute of Mental Health to create a new public health research program that is aimed at encouraging Canadians to make an informed choice about the quality of their public schools.
This is an important project, but there are some important questions that need to be answered before it can help you decide whether to enroll in a public school.
So I’m going to be going into a bit more detail about how to make the leap, but first, let’s go over a few basics.
What are the best public schools in Canada?
The government’s focus on education is an attempt to tackle two major challenges facing Canada’s children.
One is that most children who don’t get into a good public school are already under-achieving at school.
A large share of kids who do get into good public schools will get worse grades than their peers.
The other problem is that many schools that have good records on graduation rates are not doing so well.
In a 2013 study, the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives found that, for every 10 students who went to a good school, four failed to graduate in two years.
In other words, only a small proportion of students who graduate from good schools graduate from poor schools.
In 2014, the University of Toronto School of Public Policy published a report on public education that concluded that only a minority of public school graduates are graduating from schools that are good.
The study found that only 4 per cent of students in Ontario schools that scored a B or better in their student-achievement report graduated to the next level in two or more years.
While the report didn’t address whether that was due to poor performance in school or because students were just getting worse grades, the implication is clear.
Poor grades are not a reason to drop out.
There are, however, other issues with the Canadian system that can lead to poor results.
One of the biggest problems with Canadian public schools is that they don’t have a real accountability system.
Most students are not given a clear opportunity to learn.
Some students do have the option of having their grades tested, but that’s not guaranteed to be effective.
And many students are left to struggle on their own without a support system.
It’s easy to see why some parents would rather send their kids to private schools rather than public ones.
A lot of kids in Canada are going to have poor grades if they don and there’s very little incentive for them to do better.
The result is that students often get in trouble in school, but the consequences are often the same.
What does this mean for parents?
It means that parents have no real incentive to teach their kids well.
It also means that kids are more likely to end up in trouble.
Kids who do have a strong academic record tend to stay out of trouble for longer than kids who are less academically inclined.
It seems clear that if the public schools don’t deliver a high-quality education, they’re going for the lowest-quality possible grade.
As a result, they tend to be more likely than the private schools to have students who are chronically underperforming.
If you’re looking for a place to get a good education, you may want to consider a public university.
The fact that many public schools aren’t ranked by the best colleges in the country also makes them an attractive option for students who aren’t academically minded.
Public universities are required by law to teach a certain amount of courses per year.
And they can provide students with an academic foundation that can help them land a good job.
Public schools in Ontario, on the other hand, are required to have a curriculum that focuses on math, English, science, history and social studies.
So if you want a better education, it’s likely that your public school is going to focus on math and English.
What is the difference between public and private schools?
Public schools are public institutions that are run by a government-appointed board of trustees.
Public school students can choose whether to attend one of these schools, but they are expected to go to the school if they’re eligible.
The board of trustee, which includes parents, administrators and other community members, decides what students get to know in school.
The boards of trustees of both public and privately run schools also have responsibility for setting curriculum standards, such as attendance and homework.
These boards are tasked with making sure students don’t go off track by failing to follow the prescribed learning plans.
They also have the power to take disciplinary action against students who don “fail” the prescribed course.
And finally, all of these