www.immigrantscanada.comNational Goals Dept:
The federal government cut funding for the council early last year. The non-profit was established by the Liberals in 2004 with a five-year grant of $85-million. The organization fought to stay alive, but found fundraising efforts ate into time for research, according to Globe and Mail. The bright spots Paul Cappon, the council s outspoken president, says Canada s disadvantage against education powerhouses such as China and South Korea boils down to a lack of federal oversight. Canada is the only country in the developed world that has no stated national goals for education, he said. A look at the bright spots, concerns and advice for Canadian education that the council has identified in its exit report. (www.immigrantscanada.com).
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