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1 Catalogue no M No. 99 ISSN X ISBN Research Paper Culture, Tourism and the Centre for Education Statistics Summary Elementary and Secondary School Indicators for Canada, the Provinces and Territories, 26/27 to 21/211 Tourism and Centre for Education Statistics Division

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3 Acknowledgements The Centre for Education Statistics Division at Statistics Canada sincerely appreciates the continued support and collaboration from the Departments/Ministries of Education from each province and territory and their employees who work diligently to collect and compile data for the Elementary-Secondary Education Survey (ESES) in a timely and thorough fashion. Statistics Canada maintains a close relationship with the Canadian Education Statistics Council, particularly the Strategic Management Committee (SMC) and seeks their on-going advice and guidance on the survey. The Centre for Education Statistics Division particularly wishes to extend its thanks to Ruth Powell, Elaine Tremblay and France Séguin for their efforts and technical assistance with the production and verification of data tables and charts. Statistics Canada Catalogue no No. 99 3

4 Table of contents The data...11 Changes in Data Collection...11 Note to readers...11 Tables and Charts...12 Table 1.1 Table 1.2 Table 2.1 Table 2.2 Table 3 Table 4.1 Table 4.2 Table 5.1 Table 5.2 Table 6.1 Table 6.2 Table 7 Table 8 Headcount enrolments in public and other elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/ Percentage change for headcount enrolments in public and other elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/ Full-time equivalent enrolments in public and other elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/ Percentage change of full-time equivalent enrolments in public and other elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/ Enrolments in public and other elementary and secondary schools as a age of total population, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/ Regular second language program enrolments in public and other elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/ Percentage change of regular second language program enrolments in public and other elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/ Second language immersion program enrolments in public and other elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/ Percentage change of second language immersion program enrolments in public and other elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/ Minority language program enrolments in public and other elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/ Percentage change of minority language program enrolments in public and other elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/ Headcount enrolments in public school aboriginal language programs, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/ Headcount enrolments in public schools for special needs education, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/ Statistics Canada Catalogue no No. 99

5 Table of contents (continued) Table 9 Table 1.1 Table 1.2 Table 11.1 Table 11.2 Table 12.1 Table 12.2 Table 13 Table 14 Table 15 Table 16 Table 17 Table 18 Table 19.1 Table 19.2 Table 2 Headcount enrolments in public schools for special needs education, as a age of total enrolment, 26/27 to 21/ Number of graduates in public and other schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/ Percentage change of number of graduates, public and other schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/ Educators headcount in public and other elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/ Percentage change of educators headcount in public and other elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/ Full-time equivalent educators in public and other elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/ Percentage change of full-time equivalent educators in public and other elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/ Student-educator ratio in public elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/ Average remuneration per educator in public elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 (in current dollars)...22 Educator remuneration in public elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 (in millions of current dollars)...22 Operating expenditures in public elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 (in millions of current dollars)...23 Capital expenditures in public elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 (in millions of current dollars)...23 Total expenditures in public elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 (in millions of current dollars)...23 Total expenditures per student in public elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 (in current dollars)...24 Total expenditures per student in public elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 (in constant dollars, base year = 22)...24 Educator remuneration per student in public elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 (in current dollars)...24 Statistics Canada Catalogue no No. 99 5

6 Table of contents (continued) Table 21 Table 22 Table 23 Table 24 Table 25.1 Table 25.2 Operating expenditures per student in public elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 (in current dollars)...25 Annual capital expenditures per student in public elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 (in current dollars)...25 Educator remuneration as a age of total expenditures in public elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/ Educator remuneration as a age of operating expenditures in public elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/ Total expenditures in public elementary and secondary schools per capita, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 (in current dollars)...26 Total expenditures in public elementary and secondary schools per capita, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 (in constant dollars, base year = 22)...26 Table 26 Total population estimates, Canada, provinces and territories, July 1 st, 27 to Table 27 School age population estimates (5 to 17 years), Canada, provinces and territories, July 1 st, 27 to Table 28 Average earnings for full-time, full-year workers with a Bachelor degree, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/ Table 29 Consumer price index, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/ Chart 1.1 Chart 1.2 Chart 2.1 Chart 2.2 Percentage change between 29/21 and 21/211 for headcount enrolments in public elementary and secondary schools...29 Percentage change between 26/27 and 21/211 for headcount enrolments in public elementary and secondary schools...29 Percentage change between 29/21 and 21/211 of full time equivalent enrolments in public elementary and secondary schools...3 Percentage change between 26/27 and 21/211 of full-time equivalent enrolments in public elementary and secondary schools...3 Chart 3 Enrolments in public elementary and secondary schools as a age of total population, 21/ Chart 4.1 Chart 4.2 Chart 5.1 Percentage change between 29/21 and 21/211 for regular second language program enrolments in public elementary and secondary schools...31 Percentage change between 26/27 and 21/211 for regular second language program enrolments in public elementary and secondary schools...32 Percentage change between 29/21 and 21/211 for second language immersion program enrolments in public elementary and secondary schools Statistics Canada Catalogue no No. 99

7 Table of contents (continued) Chart 5.2 Chart 6.1 Chart 6.2 Chart 7.1 Chart 7.2 Chart 8.1 Chart 8.2 Chart 9.1 Chart 9.2 Chart 1.1 Chart 1.2 Chart 11.1 Chart 11.2 Chart 12.1 Chart 12.2 Percentage change between 26/27 and 21/211 for second language immersion program enrolments in public elementary and secondary schools...33 Percentage change between 29/21 and 21/211 for minority language program enrolments in public elementary and secondary schools...33 Percentage change between 26/27 and 21/211 for minority language program enrolments in public elementary and secondary schools...34 Percentage change between 29/21 and 21/211 for headcount enrolments in public school aboriginal language programs...34 Percentage change between 26/27 and 21/211 for headcount enrolments in public school aboriginal language programs...35 Percentage change between 29/21 and 21/211 for headcount enrolments in public schools for special needs education...35 Percentage change between 26/27 and 21/211 for headcount enrolments in public schools for special needs education...36 Percentage change between 29/21 and 21/211 for headcount enrolments in public schools for special needs education as a age of total enrolment...36 Percentage change between 26/27 and 21/211 for headcount enrolments in public schools for special needs education as a age of total enrolment...37 Percentage change between 29/21 and 21/211 for number of graduates in public schools...37 Percentage change between 26/27 and 21/211 for number of graduates in public schools...38 Percentage change between 29/21 and 21/211 for educators headcount in public elementary and secondary schools...38 Percentage change between 26/27 and 21/211 for educators headcount in public elementary and secondary schools...39 Percentage change between 29/21 and 21/211 for full-time equivalent educators in public elementary and secondary schools...39 Percentage change between 26/27 and 21/211 for full-time equivalent educators in public elementary and secondary schools...4 Chart 13.1 Student-educator ratio in public elementary and secondary schools, 21/ Chart 13.2 Percentage change between 26/27 and 21/211 for student-educator ratio in public elementary and secondary schools...41 Statistics Canada Catalogue no No. 99 7

8 Table of contents (continued) Chart 14.1 Average remuneration per educator in public elementary and secondary schools, 21/211 (in current dollars)...41 Chart 14.2 Chart 15.1 Chart 15.2 Chart 16.1 Chart 16.2 Chart 17.1 Chart 17.2 Chart 18.1 Chart 18.2 Chart Chart Percentage change between 26/27 and 21/211 for average remuneration per educator in public elementary and secondary schools...42 Percentage change between 29/21 and 21/211 for educator remuneration in public elementary and secondary schools...42 Percentage change between 26/27 and 21/211 for educator remuneration in public elementary and secondary schools...43 Percentage change between 29/21 and 21/211 for operating expenditures in public elementary and secondary schools...43 Percentage change between 26/27 and 21/211 for operating expenditures in public elementary and secondary schools...44 Percentage change between 29/21 and 21/211 for capital expenditures in public elementary and secondary schools...44 Percentage change between 26/27 and 21/211 for capital expenditures in public elementary and secondary schools...45 Percentage change between 29/21 and 21/211 for total expenditures in public elementary and secondary schools...45 Percentage change between 26/27 and 21/211 for total expenditures in public elementary and secondary schools...46 Total expenditures per student in public elementary and secondary schools, 21/211 (in current dollars)...46 Percentage change between 26/27 and 21/211 for total expenditures per student in public elementary and secondary schools...47 Chart Total expenditures per student in public elementary and secondary schools, 21/211 (in constant dollars, base year = 22)...47 Chart Percentage change between 26/27 and 21/211 for total expenditures per student in public elementary and secondary schools...48 Chart 2.1 Educator remuneration per student in public elementary and secondary schools, 21/211 (in current dollars)...48 Chart 2.2 Percentage change between 26/27 and 21/211 for educator remuneration per student in public elementary and secondary schools...49 Chart 21.1 Operating expenditures per student in public elementary and secondary schools, 21/211 (in current dollars) Statistics Canada Catalogue no No. 99

9 Table of contents (continued) Chart 21.2 Percentage change between 26/27 and 21/211 for operating expenditures per student in public elementary and secondary schools...5 Chart 22.1 Annual capital expenditures per student in public elementary and secondary schools, 21/211 (in current dollars)...5 Chart 22.2 Chart 23.1 Chart 23.2 Chart 24.1 Chart 24.2 Chart Chart Percentage change between 26/27 and 21/211 for annual capital expenditures per student in public elementary and secondary schools...51 Educator remuneration as a age of total expenditures in public elementary and secondary schools, 21/ Percentage change between 26/27 and 21/211 for educator remuneration of total expenditures in public elementary and secondary schools...52 Educator remuneration as a age of operating expenditures in public elementary and secondary schools, 21/ Percentage change between 26/27 and 21/211 for educator remuneration as a age of operating expenditures in public elementary and secondary schools...53 Total expenditures in public elementary and secondary schools per capita, 21/211 (in current dollars)...53 Percentage change between 26/27 and 21/211 for total expenditures in public elementary and secondary schools per capita...54 Chart Total expenditures in public elementary and secondary schools per capita, 21/211 (in constant dollars, base year = 22)...54 Chart Chart 26.1 Chart 26.2 Chart 27.1 Chart 27.2 Percentage change between 26/27 and 21/211 for total expenditures in public elementary and secondary schools per capita...55 Percentage change between 21 and 211 of total population estimates...55 Percentage change between 27 and 211 of total population estimates...56 Percentage change between 21 and 211 of school age population estimates (5 to 17 years)...56 Percentage change between 27 and 211 of school age population estimates (5 to 17 years)...57 Chart 28.1 Average earnings of full-time, full-year workers with a Bachelor degree, 21/ Chart 28.2 Chart 29.1 Chart 29.2 Percentage change between 26/27 and 21/211 of average earnings for full-time, full-year workers with a Bachelor degree...58 Percentage change between 29/21 and 21/211 of consumer price index...58 Percentage change between 26/27 and 21/211 of consumer price index...59 Statistics Canada Catalogue no No. 99 9

10 Table of contents (concluded) Definitions...6 The collection universe...6 Enrolments...6 Minority, aboriginal and second language programs...6 Graduates...61 Educators Statistics Canada Catalogue no No. 99

11 Summary Elementary and Secondary School Indicators for Canada, the Provinces and Territories, 26/27 to 21/211 The data The Elementary-Secondary Education Statistics Project (ESESP, now renamed) started as a pilot project that was first introduced by Statistics Canada (STC) in 23. The survey content originates from three (3) tables which were originally part of a survey that was sent out each year to all provinces and territories by the British Columbia Ministry of Education. Following formal consultation with all provinces, territories and data users, seven (7) new tables were introduced by Statistics Canada to collect additional data. The goal of this project is to collect elementary/secondary expenditure data and to replace several surveys which were used for the collection of enrolment, graduate, and educator data. These included the former Elementary-Secondary School Enrolment Survey, the Secondary School Graduate Survey, the Elementary- Secondary Education Staff Survey and the Principal s Statistical Report as the official collection tools for elementary-secondary enrolments, graduates, and staff data. Although this project collects expenditure data, the Survey of Uniform Financial System School Boards survey remains active. The main objectives of this collection tool are to produce relevant, comparable and timely statistics and to reduce the respondent burden on educational organisations and school principals. In January 21, the name of the ESESP changed to the Elementary-Secondary Education Survey (ESES) to symbolize the change from a pilot project to an on-going core survey of Statistics Canada. Changes in Data Collection Private School Data Collection: In the summer of 21, Statistics Canada conducted a jurisdictional review and was able to ascertain that the data collected on the ESES for public schools, Enrolment (grade), Enrolment (age), Minority Language, Graduates and Educators could also be provided by jurisdictions for private schools. Therefore, in January 211, Statistics Canada commenced collection of private school data for the 29/21 collection period. Home Schooling Data Collection: In the summer of 211, Statistics Canada conducted a jurisdictional review and was able to ascertain that the data collected on the ESES for public schools, Enrolment (grade), Enrolment (age) could be provided by jurisdictions for home schooling. Therefore, in January 212, Statistics Canada started collecting home schooling data for the 211/212 collection period. Note to readers Readers should keep in mind that age changes may be substantially larger for categories with small numbers than for those with large numbers. While numbers in tables are rounded, all calculations were performed on unrounded values. Therefore, summing the table values may not correspond to the displayed totals. The charts display public school data only. The number of graduates is at the end of the school year, while population estimates are as of July 1 of the corresponding school year. Late graduates are included in the calculations. The four programs that comprise the graduate pool are: regular programs for youth, adult upgrading programs (GED), vocational programs for youth and vocational programs for adults. All data, including financial data, are subject to revision. Statistics Canada Catalogue no No

12 Summary Elementary and Secondary School Indicators for Canada, the Provinces and Territories, 26/27 to 21/211 Tables and charts Table 1.1 Headcount enrolments in public and other 1 elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 Canada N.L. P.E.I. N.S. N.B. Que. Ont. 2 Man. Sask. Alta. B.C. Y.T. N.W.T. Nvt. 26/27 Public 5,163,824 74,345 21, , ,13 1,24,622 2,13,464 18,43 166,498 56, ,626 5,227 9,332 9,65 Other 373, , , ,959 13,72 3,216 38,753 65, Total 5,537,715 75,179 21, , ,525 1,333,973 2,221, , , , ,994 5,227 9,4 9,65 27/28 Public 5,115,188 72,19 2, ,33 11,288 1,188,93 2,87, ,32 167, , ,267 5,227 9,48 9,23 Other 381, ,124 1, , ,185 14,14 3,794 39,267 65, Total 5,497,131 72,932 21,61 139, ,632 1,32,492 2,28, ,334 17, , ,743 5,227 9,127 9,23 28/29 Public 5,88,768 7,641 2, ,133 18,47 1,187,6 2,7, , , ,51 565,875 5,5 8,762 9,28 Other 382, ,15 1, ,12 122,647 14,239 3,654 37,979 65, Total 5,47,981 71,493 2, ,148 19,72 1,319,72 2,193, ,21 17,646 62,3 63,953 5,5 8,825 9,28 29/21 Public 5,77,21 69,665 19,955 13,55 16,394 1,189,855 2,61,39 177,5 168, , ,744 5,1 8,564 9,38 Other 263, ,995 1, ,827 3,584 14,882 3,599 37,187 64, Total 5,34,297 7,495 2,22 134,545 17,719 1,322,682 2,64, , ,976 65, ,472 5,1 8,636 9,38 21/211 Public 5,53,985 68,655 21, ,131 14,421 1,179,727 2,51, , , , ,14 5,86 8,576 8,855 Other 261, ,294 1,33 133, ,34 3,814 37,771 64, Total 5,315,686 69,61 21, ,425 15,724 1,313,19 2,51, , ,34 61, ,851 5,86 8,634 8, Other: includes private schools and/or home schooling data as provided by the jurisdictions. 2. Ontario data in category Other in 29/21 is not comparable with previous years Note: Care should be taken with cross-jurisdictional comparaisons. Depending on the jurisdiction, home schooled students register with the local public school the public school board, the department of education or with an accreditated funded independant or private school. Table 1.2 Percentage change for headcount enrolments in public and other 1 elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 Canada N.L. P.E.I. N.S. N.B. Que. Ont. 2 Man. Sask. Alta. B.C. Y.T. N.W.T. Nvt. 26/27 Public Other Total /28 Public Other Total /29 Public Other Total /21 Public Other Total /211 Public Other Total Other: includes private schools and/or home schooling as provided by the jurisdictions. 2. Ontario data in category Other in 29/21 is not comparable with previous years. Note: Care should be taken with cross-jurisdictional comparaisons. Depending on the jurisdiction, home schooled students register with the local public school, the public school board, the department of education or with an accreditated funded independant or private school. 12 Statistics Canada Catalogue no No. 99

13 Summary Elementary and Secondary School Indicators for Canada, the Provinces and Territories, 26/27 to 21/211 Table 2.1 Full-time equivalent enrolments in public and other 1 elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 Canada N.L. P.E.I. N.S. N.B. Que. Ont. 2 Man. Sask. Alta. B.C. Y.T. N.W.T. Nvt. 26/27 Public 4,835,969 71,945 21, , ,13 1,38,862 1,991, ,17 16,116 54,88 563,766 5,4 9,332 8,723 Other 351, , ,337 11,16 13,327 3,181 36,178 63, Total 5,187,915 72,779 21, , ,525 1,168,199 2,92, , , ,58 627,9 5,4 9,398 8,723 27/28 Public 4,781,683 69,733 2, ,33 11,288 1,16,694 1,976, ,392 16, , ,629 5,15 9,48 8,694 Other 359, ,5 1, ,575 13,765 13,613 3,733 36,676 63, Total 5,14,863 7,556 21,61 139,38 111,554 1,148,269 2,8, ,5 164, ,287 62,29 5,15 9,126 8,694 28/29 Public 4,735,38 68,255 2, ,133 18,47 997,992 1,958,84 172,45 159, , ,147 4,84 8,762 8,917 Other 358, ,896 1,25 132,9 14,827 13,821 3,62 35,328 62, Total 5,93,981 69,17 2, ,29 19,657 1,13,82 2,63, , , ,99 614,92 4,84 8,824 8,917 29/21 Public 4,711,9 67,297 19,955 13,55 16,394 99,124 1,948, ,518 16,86 545, ,995 4,777 8,564 8,694 Other 257, ,874 1, ,811 3,584 14,464 3,542 34,52 62, Total 4,968,856 68,127 2,22 134,424 17,643 1,122,935 1,952,47 185, ,42 58,339 61,652 4,777 8,634 8,694 21/211 Public 4,78,549 66,288 21, ,131 14, ,563 1,953, , ,672 55,59 55,38 4,847 8,576 8,515 Other 256, ,158 1, , ,62 3,731 34,925 63, Total 4,965,448 67,232 21,43 132,289 15,647 1,113,13 1,953, , ,43 584, ,518 4,847 8,632 8, Other: includes private schools and/or home schooling data as provided by the jurisdictions. 2. Ontario data in category Other in 29/21 is not comparable with previous years. Note: Due to the different manners in which full-time equivalents are reported by the jurisdictions, this indicator should not be considered to be directly comparable. In addition, a full-time equivalent ratio may or may not be applied to home schooled students depending on the jurisdiction. Table 2.2 Percentage change of full-time equivalent enrolments in public and other 1 elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 Canada N.L. P.E.I. N.S. N.B. Que. Ont. 2 Man. Sask. Alta. B.C. Y.T. N.W.T. Nvt. 26/27 Public Other Total /28 Public Other Total /29 Public Other Total /21 Public Other Total /211 Public Other Total Other: includes private schools and/or home schooling data as provided by the jurisdictions. 2. Ontario data in category Other in 29/21 is not comparable with previous years. Note: Due to the different manners in which full-time equivalents are reported by the jurisdictions, this indicator should not be considered to be directly comparable. In addition, a full-time equivalent ratio may or may not be applied to home schooled students depending on the jurisdiction. Statistics Canada Catalogue no No

14 Summary Elementary and Secondary School Indicators for Canada, the Provinces and Territories, 26/27 to 21/211 Table 3 Enrolments in public and other 1 elementary and secondary schools as a age of total population, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 Canada N.L. P.E.I. N.S. N.B. Que. Ont. 2 Man. Sask. Alta. B.C. Y.T. N.W.T. Nvt. 26/27 Public Other Total /28 Public Other Total /29 Public Other Total /21 Public Other Total /211 Public Other Total Other: includes private schools and/or home schooling data as provided by the jurisdictions. 2. Ontario data in category Other in 29/21 is not comparable with previous years. Note: Table 3 = Table 1.1 (Enrolments) divided by Table 26 (Total population estimates). Table 4.1 Regular second language program enrolments in public and other 1 elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 Canada N.L. P.E.I. N.S. N.B. 2 Que. Ont. Man. Sask. Alta. B.C. Y.T. N.W.T. Nvt. 26/27 Public 2,2,112 37,417 8,867 58,251 43, , ,917 67,591 56, ,542 21,4 2,154 2,259. Other 216, ,142 6,22 7, ,323 38, Total 2,416,911 37,417 8,867 58,251 43, , ,939 75,545 56, , ,579 2,154 2, /28 Public 2,167,882 36,367 8,445 55,863 39, , ,89 65,534 55, ,696 27,225 2,91 2,146. Other 219, ,814 6,84 7, ,197 38, Total 2,387,549 36,367 8,58 55,863 4, ,42 878,694 73,57 55, , ,168 2,91 2, /29 Public 2,16,226 34,593 7,98 53,541 24,185 72,251 83,471 65,593 51, ,1 199,28 2,124 1,952. Other 218, ,339 6,62 8, ,462 38, Total 2,324,946 34,593 8,128 53,541 24, ,59 864,91 73,628 51, , ,461 2,124 1, /21 Public 2,84,693 33,335 7,966 51,742 29,679 72,989 83,923 64,257 48, ,51 193,382 1,818 1,843. Other 157, , , ,216 37,83... Total 2,242,623 33,335 8,1 51,742 3,292 89,881 83,923 72,331 48, , ,185 1,818 1, /211 Public 2,5,44 32,232 7,25 49,945 28, ,33 792,422 62,41 45,564 15, , ,825. Other 158, , , ,156 37, Total 2,28,46 32,232 7,425 49,945 29, , ,422 7,389 45, , ,79. 1, Other: includes private schools and/or home schooling data as provided by the jurisdictions. 2. In 28/29, several changes were implemented to the French as a Second Language (FSL) program. One of the entry points for French Immersion in the public system was changed from Grade 1 to Grade 3. A new methodology was introduced to replace Core French, and this new program began at Grade 4 instead of Grade 1 with a significant concentration of FSL instruction at Grade 5. Note: Data are available for English second language programs in Québec and for French second language programs in the other provinces. 14 Statistics Canada Catalogue no No. 99

15 Summary Elementary and Secondary School Indicators for Canada, the Provinces and Territories, 26/27 to 21/211 Table 4.2 Percentage change of regular second language program enrolments in public and other 1 elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 Canada N.L. P.E.I. N.S. N.B. 2 Que. Ont. Man. Sask. Alta. B.C. Y.T. N.W.T. Nvt. 26/27 Public Other Total /28 Public Other Total /29 Public Other Total /21 Public Other Total /211 Public Other Total Other: includes private schools and/or home schooling data as provided by the jurisdictions. 2. In 28/29, several changes were implemented to the French as a Second Language (FSL) program. One of the entry points for French Immersion in the public system was changed from Grade 1 to Grade 3. A new methodology was introduced to replace Core French, and this new program began at Grade 4 instead of Grade 1 with a significant concentration of FSL instruction at Grade 5. Note: Data are available for English second language programs in Québec and for French second language programs in the other provinces. Table 5.1 Second language immersion program enrolments in public and other 1 elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 Canada N.L. P.E.I. N.S. N.B. 2 Que. Ont. 3 Man. Sask. Alta. B.C. Y.T. N.W.T. Nvt. 26/27 Public 34,293 7,222 4,18 14,625 21, ,45 17,871 8,858 31,317 39, Other 1, Total 35,496 7,222 4,18 14,625 21, ,45 17,871 8,858 32,294 39, /28 Public 311,55 7,51 4,246 14,683 2, ,321 18,214 9,114 32,6 4, Other 1, , Total 312,68 7,51 4,246 14,683 2, ,321 18,214 9,114 33,254 41, /29 Public 317,582 8,8 4,237 15,55 18, ,215 18,563 9,346 32,797 42, Other 1, , Total 319,154 8,8 4,237 15,55 18, ,215 18,563 9,346 33,863 42, /21 Public 328,626 8,48 4,197 15,69 17, ,291 19,13 9,886 33,25 43, Other 1, Total 33,5 8,48 4,197 15,69 17, ,291 19,13 9,886 34,145 44, /211 Public 341,13 8,698 4,426 14,948 17, ,42 19,734 1,36 33,979 44, Other 1, Total 342,529 8,698 4,426 14,948 17, ,42 19,734 1,36 34,929 45, Other: includes private schools and/or home schooling data as provided by the jurisdictions. 2. In 28/29, several changes were implemented to the French as a Second Language (FSL) program. One of the entry points for French Immersion in the public system was changed from Grade 1 to Grade 3. A new methodology was introduced to replace Core French, and this new program began at Grade 4 instead of Grade 1 with a significant concentration of FSL instruction at Grade Includes French Immersion and Extended French programs. Statistics Canada Catalogue no No

16 Summary Elementary and Secondary School Indicators for Canada, the Provinces and Territories, 26/27 to 21/211 Table 5.2 Percentage change of second language immersion program enrolments in public and other 1 elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 Canada N.L. P.E.I. N.S. N.B. 2 Que. Ont. 3 Man. Sask. Alta. B.C. Y.T. N.W.T. Nvt. 26/27 Public Other Total /28 Public Other Total /29 Public Other Total /21 Public Other Total /211 Public Other Total Other: includes private schools and/or home schooling data as provided by the jurisdictions. 2. In 28/29, several changes were implemented to the French as a Second Language (FSL) program. One of the entry points for French Immersion in the public system was changed from Grade 1 to Grade 3. A new methodology was introduced to replace Core French, and this new program began at Grade 4 instead of Grade 1 with a significant concentration of FSL instruction at Grade Includes French Immersion and Extended French programs. Table 6.1 Minority language program enrolments in public and other 1 elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 Canada N.L. P.E.I. N.S. N.B. Que. Ont. Man. Sask. Alta. B.C. Y.T. N.W.T. Nvt. 26/27 Public 247, ,124 32,353 14,129 9,217 5,338 1,132 4,737 3, Other 15, , Total 262, ,124 32, ,28 9,217 5,352 1,132 4,737 3, /28 Public 245, ,256 31,725 11,283 91,71 5,378 1,118 5,161 3, Other 15, , Total 26, ,256 31, ,782 91,71 5,39 1,118 5,161 3, /29 Public 243, ,358 31,119 98,811 91,83 5,323 1,162 5,254 4, Other 15, , Total 258, ,358 31, ,975 91,83 5,331 1,162 5,254 4, /21 Public 24, ,446 3,42 94,972 92,976 5,223 1,236 5,565 4, Other 14, , Total 255, ,446 3,42 19,939 92,976 5,241 1,236 5,565 4, /211 Public 239, ,634 29,842 92,171 94,849 5,236 1,295 5,683 4, Other 14, , Total 254, ,634 29,842 16,892 94,849 5,244 1,295 5,683 4, Other: includes private schools and/or home schooling data as provided by the jurisdictions. Note: Data are available for English minority language programs in Québec and for French minority language programs in the other provinces. 16 Statistics Canada Catalogue no No. 99

17 Summary Elementary and Secondary School Indicators for Canada, the Provinces and Territories, 26/27 to 21/211 Table 6.2 Percentage change of minority language program enrolments in public and other 1 elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 Canada N.L. P.E.I. N.S. N.B. Que. Ont. Man. Sask. Alta. B.C. Y.T. N.W.T. Nvt. 26/27 Public Other Total /28 Public Other Total /29 Public Other Total /21 Public Other Total /211 Public Other Total Other: includes private schools and/or home schooling data as provided by the jurisdictions. Note: Data are available for English minority language programs in Québec and for French minority language programs in the other provinces. Table 7 Headcount enrolments in public school aboriginal language programs, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 Canada N.L. P.E.I. N.S. N.B. Que. Ont. 1 Man. Sask. Alta. B.C. Y.T. N.W.T. Nvt. 26/27 46,94 1, ,969 3,87 1,137 4, ,259. 4,33 e. Percentage change /28 47, ,49 4,45 1,16 5, ,482. 3,935 e. Percentage change /29 47, ,842 4,922 1,248 5, ,477. 3,667. Percentage change /21 45, ,57 5,154 1,333 4,68. 28,488. 3,143. Percentage change /211 47, ,6 5,267 1,217 5, ,592. 3,147 e. Percentage change e estimate 1. Ontario data before 28/29 are not directly comparable due to changes to data collection methods. Note: Includes aboriginal language as a subject as well as programs where all classroom instruction is taught in an aboriginal language. Statistics Canada Catalogue no No

18 Summary Elementary and Secondary School Indicators for Canada, the Provinces and Territories, 26/27 to 21/211 Table 8 Headcount enrolments in public schools for special needs education, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 Canada N.L. P.E.I. N.S. N.B. Que. Ont. Man. Sask. Alta. B.C. Y.T. N.W.T. Nvt. 26/27 556,581 11,78 5,51 2,245 e 16,354 15,21 19,874 4,756 39,267 68,21 48,128. 1,346. Percentage change /28 565,756 12,47 5,99 19,754 e 16,12 149, ,44 5,644 45,517 68,713 47,762. 1,987. Percentage change /29 583,66 11,692 7,56 19,438 e 15, ,81 192,93 5,642 46,879 72,75 48,85. 2,181. Percentage change /21 586,475 1,61 6,162 19,6 e 19, , ,674 5,647 47,429 65,365 49,938. 1,981. Percentage change / ,899 1,768 7,7 18,77 e 17, ,99 193,89 5,825 46,347 66,174 5,141. 2,173. Percentage change e estimate Table 9 Headcount enrolments in public schools for special needs education, as a age of total enrolment, 26/27 to 21/211 Canada N.L. P.E.I. N.S. N.B. Que. Ont. Man. Sask. Alta. B.C. Y.T. N.W.T. Nvt. 26/ e Percentage change / e Percentage change / e Percentage change / e Percentage change / e Percentage change e estimate Note: Table 9 = Table 8 (Enrolment in Special Needs Education) divided by Table 1.1 (Headcount enrolments). Table 1.1 Number of graduates in public and other 1 schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 Canada N.L. P.E.I. N.S. N.B. Que. Ont. Man. 2 Sask. Alta. B.C. Y.T. N.W.T. Nvt. 26/27 Public 318,589 5,398 1,746 1,44 7,977 69, ,48 11,523 12,235 33,115 39, Other 6, ,2... Total 324,789 5,465 1,746 1,44 7,977 69, ,48 12,56 12,559 33,921 43, /28 Public 329,168 5,356 1,771 1,57 8,3 73, ,283 11,882 12,124 33,344 4, Other 22, ,819. 1, , Total 351,433 5,411 1,779 1,57 8,73 89, ,283 12,91 12,46 34,222 44, /29 Public 341,433 5,34 1,764 1,296 8,95 75, ,572 11,995 11,879 33,722 4, Other 22, ,87. 1, ,21... Total 364,86 5,16 1,772 1,296 8,14 91,53 141,572 13,53 12,162 34,612 44, /21 Public 352,352 5,122 1,738 1,217 8,251 78, ,332 11,85 11,895 34,587 41, Other 23, ,151. 1, , Total 375,359 5,21 1,752 1,217 8,283 94, ,332 12,922 12,189 35,47 46, /211 Public 349,4 4,641 1,727 1,13 7,853 77, ,76 12,231 11,659 34,285 4, Other 22, ,152. 1, , Total 371,794 4,723 1,735 1,13 7,881 93,84 147,76 13,296 11,936 35,124 45, Other: includes private schools and/or home schooling data as provided by the jurisdictions. 2. Historical revisions have been made to this table to exclude students who graduated from Adult Learning Centres registered under the Adult Learning Centres Act, effective July 21. This has the effect of understating the number of graduates in Manitoba compared to other provinces and jurisdictions and should not be considered directly comparable. 18 Statistics Canada Catalogue no No. 99

19 Summary Elementary and Secondary School Indicators for Canada, the Provinces and Territories, 26/27 to 21/211 Table 1.2 Percentage change of number of graduates, public and other 1 schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 Canada N.L. P.E.I. N.S. N.B. Que. Ont. Man. Sask. Alta. B.C. Y.T. N.W.T. Nvt. 26/27 Public Other Total /28 Public Other Total /29 Public Other Total /21 Public Other Total /211 Public Other Total Other: includes private schools and/or home schooling data as provided by the jurisdictions. Table 11.1 Educators headcount in public and other 1 elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 Canada N.L. P.E.I. 2 N.S. N.B. Que. Ont. Man. Sask. 2,3 Alta. 3 B.C. Y.T. N.W.T. Nvt. 26/27 Public 378,621 7,42 1,547 9,919 7,629 96,13 149,713 14,248 12,445 4,556 37, Other 3, , , Total 381,864 7,42 1,547 9,919 7,629 96,13 149,713 15,413 12,536 42,543 37, /28 Public 384,319 7,485 1,581 9,973 7,899 96, ,963 14,347 12,251 4,542 37, Other 3, , , Total 387,684 7,485 1,62 9,973 8,15 96, ,963 15,552 12,337 42,479 37, /29 Public 388,88 7,542 1,638 1,64 8,77 96,98 157,33 14,321 12,46 42,515 36, Other 2, , , Total 391,79 7,542 1,659 1,64 8,188 96,98 157,33 15,59 12,497 44,86 36, /21 Public 393,26 7,722 1,646 1,174 7,998 97,84 158,173 14,333 12,27 45,624 36, Other 3, , , Total 396,534 7,722 1,668 1,174 8,115 97,84 158,173 15,559 12,379 47,361 36, /211 Public 392,334 7,636 1,749 1,276 7,83 95,351 16,456 14,433 12,518 44,799 35, Other 3, , ,8.... Total 395,656 7,636 1,774 1,276 7,934 95,351 16,456 15,662 12,655 46,599 35, Other: includes private schools and/or home schooling data as provided by the jurisdictions. 2. Excludes Educational assistants. 3. All educators in Lloydminster are included in Saskatchewan s counts and none of them are captured in the counts for Alberta. Note: Care should be taken with cross jurisdictional comparison. The proportion of educators (comprising a mix of teachers, administrators and pedagogical support) and their respective remuneration differs in each jurisdiction. Statistics Canada Catalogue no No

20 Summary Elementary and Secondary School Indicators for Canada, the Provinces and Territories, 26/27 to 21/211 Table 11.2 Percentage change of educators headcount in public and other 1 elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 Canada N.L. P.E.I. 2 N.S. N.B. Que. Ont. Man. Sask. 2,3 Alta. 3 B.C. Y.T. N.W.T. Nvt. 26/27 Public Other Total /28 Public Other Total /29 Public Other Total /21 Public Other Total /211 Public Other Total Other: includes private schools and/or home schooling data as provided by the jurisdictions. 2. Excludes Educational assistants. 3. All educators in Lloydminster are included in Saskatchewan s counts and none of them are captured in the counts for Alberta. Note: Care should be taken with cross jurisdictional comparison. The proportion of educators (comprising a mix of teachers, administrators and pedagogical support) and their respective remuneration differs in each jurisdiction. Table 12.1 Full-time equivalent educators in public and other 1 elementary and secondary schools, Canada, provinces and territories, 26/27 to 21/211 Canada N.L. P.E.I. 2 N.S. N.B. Que. Ont. Man. Sask. 2,3 Alta. 3 B.C. Y.T. N.W.T. Nvt. 26/27 Public 329,756 5,515 1,436 9,616 7,51 76, ,375 12,264 11,419 32,19 33, Other 2, , Total 332,365 5,515 1,436 9,616 7,51 76, ,375 13,136 11,52 33,763 33, /28 Public 333, 5,579 1,456 9,662 7,778 76, ,125 12,337 11,266 31,33 33, Other 2, , Total 335,666 5,579 1,475 9,662 7,778 76, ,125 13,26 11,348 32,946 33, /29 Public 335,941 5,661 1,56 9,757 7,959 76, ,298 12,45 11,356 32,797 33, Other 2, , Total 338,281 5,661 1,525 9,757 7,959 76, ,298 13,344 11,444 34,92 33, /21 Public 338,719 5,659 1,529 9,863 7,881 77,93 143,42 12,492 11,62 34,759 33, Other 2, , Total 341,299 5,659 1,548 9,863 7,881 77,93 143,42 13,458 11,764 36,192 33, /211 Public 34,423 5,636 1,647 9,962 7,686 77, ,82 12,518 11,912 34,675 32, Other 2, , , Total 343,47 5,636 1,667 9,962 7,686 77, ,82 13,525 12,41 36,143 32, Other: includes private schools and/or home schooling data as provided by the jurisdictions. 2. Excludes Educational assistants. 3. All educators in Lloydminster are included in Saskatchewan s counts and none of them are captured in the counts for Alberta. Note: Care should be taken with cross jurisdictional comparison. The proportion of educators (comprising a mix of teachers, administrators and pedagogical support) and their respective remuneration differs in each jurisdiction. 2 Statistics Canada Catalogue no No. 99

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