Educational information system for Ontario report by Ethel Auster

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Published by Ontario Institute for Studies in Education in Toronto .

Written in English

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  • Education -- Information services -- Ontario.,
  • Information storage and retrieval systems -- Education.

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StatementEthel Auster, Stephen Lawton.
ContributionsLawton, Stephen B., Ontario Institute for Studies in Education.
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Pagination6 v. :
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Public and private: Ontario's education system includes public schools, which are free and funded by the government, and private schools, for which students have to pay. At the post-secondary level, public colleges and universities still require students to pay tuition, but it is substantially less than tuition at private universities.

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The big picture The elementary and secondary education system Private schools. The Ontario School Information System (OnSIS) Launched in to collect/manage education data Secure, web-enabled system Used by public schools/boards, private schools at elementary and secondary levels.

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The educational system of the province of Ontario, Author. Ontario. Dept. of Education. How the education system works in Ontario. Publicly funded education is divided into three stages: early childhood education, for children from birth to age 6; elementary school, for students from kindergarten to grade 8; and secondary school, for students from grade 9.

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In Ontario the school system generally has seven levels, each with its particular focus and emphasis. At the first level is Kindergarten (Junior and Senior). This is supposed to be the children’s introduction to the formal education process.

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General: If you are unable to locate information you need on the Frequently Asked Questions Web page, refer to our Contact the California Department of Education Web page. Other Links. Ontario is Canada's largest province, home to over 13 million people and a public education system with roughly 2 million students,educators, and 5, schools.

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