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The controversial Fraser Institute secondary school report released Monday found the same 10 schools all private at the top of the list again this year. But 26 schools in B.C. (out of more than 280) have shown academic improvement over the past year,
With the image of his government in tatters, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will present the last Report Card of UPA-II on May 22 in which he is expected to list the positives such as Direct Benefit Transfer and FDI in retail in a bid to boost the
March 14, 2013 Canada's jobs machine is chugging along nicely even as the nation's economy appears to be losing a step. Statistics Canada's latest labour force survey reports that 51,000 jobs were created in February, far more than economic
Students answer questions in Matt Anderson's sixth-grade science class Tuesday afternoon at Steamboat Springs Middle School. The school was ranked seventh out of 491 middle schools in Colorado and received an A+ rating from www.coloradoschoolgrades.
Number of students tested during the most recent school year Performance Index The grade for each subject is based on the performance index, which is calculated by awarding a point value based on student test scores during the most recent school year.
September 18, 2012 One in four municipal roads in Canada are over capacity and more than half are in need of repair, according to a new report from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities. (Ian Hubball/Photos.com) Over half of Canada's municipal
The report card, which doesn't include grades but does include data, is being developed and contains some statistical information now, but will eventually include much more, Zimmerman said. The select committee took the lead on creating the report
The report card makes it clear the TTC is not on track toward building a public transit system that properly serves the needs of all transit users, according to the group's website. The report slams the TTC for not increasing service to match
The Vatican got a report card Wednesday on its efforts to be more financially transparent — but it's a secret for now. A Council of Europe committee in Strasbourg adopted a report by independent inspectors examining the Holy See'
Kay Lazar reports in today's Globe that the group gave the state credit for increasing access to fresh fruits and vegetables through farmer markets and other programs, regulating junk food in public schools, and improving bike and walking paths...The