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Public schools take a beating in Fraser Institute rankings behind Christian-based schools

  

According to Fraser Inst. annual rankings, from 1 to 10, Chilliwack public schools struggled to get over 6.

 

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PUBLISHED SUNDAY—MARCH—9

 

he Fraser Institute released its annual rankings of B.C. elementary schools on Saturday. Some parents and administrators dispute the ranking system and others use it to compare the academic performance of the province’s schools.

In Chilliwack, rankings for elementary schools out of 10 varies from Timothy Christian (Independent) 9.8 to Bernard (Public) Rating of 2.4

Evidently, independent and Christian-based schools with dress codes outranked public schools.

 

“The report card offers parents information they can’t easily get anywhere else, about how their child’s school performs over time and compares to other schools in B.C.,” said Angela MacLeod, a senior policy analyst at the Fraser Institute.

 

See the charts below for individual school rankings. To see in full-sized format, right click and then "view image."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For the complete results on all ranked schools and to compare the performance of different schools, visit www.compareschoolrankings.org

 

 

 


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