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Transitions

Transitions from one school to another! What's it like? How does the process work? What are the pitfalls? What can be successful? What works? What doesn't?

Overcrowding issue dates to 2013

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Students 're-designated' to Port Stanley

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French immersion: 6 reasons why I didn't enrol my kid

As the advent of kindergarten registration season began I grappled with guilt that I wasn't enrolling my son in a language immersion program. My social media feeds were full of parents celebrating that their child had passed the Mandarin Immersion entrance exam or won the lottery for a place in French Immersion kindergarten.

Support for French Immersion in Canada is extremely mixed. The main reason why it is so popular is because it supports bilingualism. However, those opposed to the program almost always have no personal experience with it and their complaints stem from the use of federal funds.

The pros and cons of French Immersion programs and how French Immersion tutoring can help

If you are considering whether or not to place your child into French Immersion the following post may be helpful to you. There are a variety of positive outcomes of French Immersion programs as well as some challenges.

Deciding If French Immersion Is Right For Your Child

Here in Canada, the public education system offers French Immersion, a program that starts in elementary school and offers students a shot at growing up learning and using the country's second official language.

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CENTRAL ELGIN COUNCIL THROWING SUPPORT BEHIND TVDSB DECISION 3/24/2015 8:13:24 AM Central Elgin Council is supporting Thames Valley District School Board's decision to move some students from an overcrowded school, to one that is underutilized.

Just say 'non': The problem with French immersion - Macleans.ca

Hannah Spencer isn't the kind of mom who leaves anything to chance. When she wasn't keen on her child attending the English-only school in their zone of Salmon Arm, B.C., preferring her daughter study French immersion at Bastion Elementary, she sent out her husband, Cody, one Saturday night in 2012 to wait by the district's education centre to check if anyone had lined up already.

8 things I wish I'd known about French immersion - Today's Parent

Deciding on the right educational path for your child is one of the most stressful experiences you face as a parent . When my oldest was five years old, my husband and I chose to put him in French immersion .

Why French immersion should be in all schools - or none at all

According to Statistics Canada, for the first time in 50 years the number of Canadians speaking both official languages has dropped. Part of the reason may be that fewer students are studying French as a Second Language (FSL) in school. The number of primary and high-school students outside Quebec studying FSL has declined 24 per cent since 1990.

Parents say no to busing

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The great divide

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'Stop the Swap' between 2 Winnipeg schools, say Earl Grey parents

About 100 angry parents and students stood outside a school in Fort Rouge Saturday to protest a proposed school swap. The group gathered outside of Earl Grey School in the afternoon, one of two schools involved in the swap some parents say is unnecessary and would negatively impact their kids.

The Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition (CARLA):Articulation of Language Instruction

By Lesley Doell, French Language Consultant, French Language Resource Centre, Grande Prairie, Alberta In 2007 a school board in Canada requested that I compile research examining the differences between dual-track and single-track (immersion centre) French immersion programs in Canada.

Program Needs - Dual-track Schools

Providing School Leadership for French Immersion The effective operation of a French immersion program in a dual-track school is much more difficult than in a single program school and provides a challenge to school administrators and to parents. However, with the collaboration of all partners, a dual-track school can provide an enriching experience for all participants.

The problem with Single Track French Immersion

Burlington Post We are writing to you to share with you our concerns about the accommodation and program review that is being conducted by the Halton District School Board in Ward 4 Oakville. Currently there are 79 elementary schools in Halton.