Society for Quality Education
Question: Who are the people behind the Society for Quality Education and why is there so much passion about school choice?
Answer: This is a very important question! We’re just like you – parents, educators, and citizens who believe the poor quality of our education system can no longer be ignored. Many of us learned the hard way that public schools are failing our children. We discovered that today’s school boards are unimaginably bureaucratic and unaccountable. For many of us, this discovery (and the implications for our children’s futures) was one of the most painful experiences in our lives. Some of us were forced to find expensive private alternatives for our children. As we watched real learning taking place, while at the same time making huge financial sacrifices, we simply could no longer accept that quality schools should be out of reach for most families. Now we’re determined to do something about it! In Ontario, the status quo is unacceptable and unsustainable. School systems around the world have implemented better and more equitable ways to teach children. We want to be an agent for change; a force for better-quality schools. We’re up against a powerful inter-locking monopoly – the teachers’ unions, the school boards, the faculties of education, ministry officials, and other vested interests – and we need your help. Will you join us?
335 Marlowe Drive
Waterloo, ON Canada N2L 5A5
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