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Studies have found that students benefit from vibrant school choice Studies have found that students benefit from vibrant school choice. So, how does Manitoba fare when it comes to educational choice?

Alberta also augments its public system with charter schools. Charter schools are independent, but publicly funded schools that are allowed a measure of freedom in terms of content and teaching style. Omega Blue Dial Charter schools offer parents additional options outside of the traditional linguistic and religious alternatives offered by conventional public school boards.

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Like all other provinces, Manitoba also provides access to homeschooling for parents who opt for that route. Alberta, however, provides more support and offers $1,641 per homeschooled student. In 2012, the Frontier Centre for Public Policy released a major policy paper that looked at school choice for indigenous communities. In particular, the study concluded that indigenous communities would benefit from having access to charter schools and systems where money follows the student.

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A new study by the Fraser Institute provides some answers. The study reveals that Manitoba can learn from other jurisdictions, particularly Alberta. The study found that Alberta has the most school choice, whereas the Atlantic provinces have the least.

Manitoba, like all other Canadian provinces, tends to educate most kids in the public school system. However, contrary to general public opinion, that doesn't necessarily have to mean a lack of choice and competition. For example, Alberta's public education system contains five public school systems. Two dominant in terms of enrolment: public Anglophone (70.4 per cent of students) and Catholic Anglophone (22.8 per cent). Three other public types of education are also offered, although to a much lesser extent in terms of student enrolment: public Francophone, Catholic Francophone, and Protestant.

Manitoba, like all other Canadian provinces, tends to educate most kids in the public school system. However, contrary to general public opinion, that doesn't necessarily have to mean a lack of choice and competition. For example, Alberta's public education system contains five public school systems. Two dominant in terms of enrolment: public Anglophone (70.4 per cent of students) and Catholic Anglophone (22.8 per cent). Three other public types of education are also offered, although to a much lesser extent in terms o

In Manitoba, 50 per cent of the operating costs per student at an independent school are funded by the government. This stands in contrast to Saskatchewan and Alberta, where funding is higher. Funding levels range between 60 and 70 per cent in Alberta and 50 and 80 per cent in Saskatchewan.

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A new study by the Fraser Institute provides some answers. The study reveals that Manitoba can learn from other jurisdictions, particularly Alberta. The Omega Speedmaster Speedy Tuesday

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Educating Aboriginals is the next great battle. The debate surrounding the First Nations Education Act shows that there is room within the public discourse for a debate about the merits of school choice for Aboriginal students.

choice Studies have found that students benefit from vibrant school choice. So, how does Manitoba fare when it comes to educational choice?

The study took as an example the Mother Earth's Children's Charter School, based near Edmonton, Alta. Alberta's openness to charter schools, it concluded, allows this school to focus on indigenous languages and culture, while maintaining strong academic standards.

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Most of Manitoba's school choice comes from independent schools. According to the study, 7.4 per cent of students attend an independent school. This places Manitoba third in terms of enrolment in independent schools compared to the other provinces. This contrasts with the Atlantic provinces and Ontario, where none of these provinces provides funding for parents who choose independent schools.

So, Manitoba can learn from jurisdictions such as Alberta about how to provide more educational options for its students.

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choice. 91.7 per cent of Manitoba students attend either the public Anglophone system (89.1 per cent) or the public Francophone system (2.6 per cent). Unlike Alberta, and neighbouring Saskatchewan and Ontario, Manitoba does not offer any religious based education within its public school system. In addition, Manitoba does not allow or provide charter schools.

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study found that Alberta has the most school choice, whereas the Atlantic provinces have the least.

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