WIN: The Pan-Canadian Education Indicators Program is created to collect accurate data on Canada’s education system

The better informed policy-makers are about Canada’s education system, the more improvements can be made. CASA first adopted a policy to create a pan-Canadian data set in November 2007 and successfully lobbied the federal government to initiate a serious process aimed at creating just that. Following many consultations with CASA and other stakeholder groups, the federal government established the Pan-Canadian Education Indicators Program in 2007. CASA was pleased to see that many of our recommendations had been included in the program.

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WIN: The Pan-Canadian Education Indicators Program is created to collect accurate data on Canada’s education system
WIN: The Pan-Canadian Education Indicators Program is created to collect accurate data on Canada’s education system
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