Full-day kindergarten was introduced in Ontario in 2010, and will be fully implemented across the province by the 2014/15 school year. In this section you can find information about the kindergarten program, research about its impact on student success, and tips for parents whose children are starting kindergarten.
Queen’s University, Offord Centre for Child Studies, Ontario Ministry of Education, 2013. Research into Ontario’s full-day kindergarten program concluded that the “full-day kindergarten, and the effective practices within it, is.
Janette Pelletier, Dr. Eric Jackman Institute of Child Study, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, March 2012 The research is part of an ongoing longitudinal study on the implementation and impact of.
Hon. Margaret Norrie McCain, J.
A new goal for public education: Schools at the centre
Annual report on Ontario’s publicly funded schools 2010
People for Education, 2010. Using data from the People for Education Annual School Survey, as well as information from the EQAO, Statistics Canada and the Ontario Ministry of Education, this.
Report to Ontario Government, 2009 Dr. Charles Pascal, the Premier’s Special Advisor on Early Learning, created a blueprint for all-day early learning and family support.