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The Canadian School Boards Association is committed to providing valuable resources for education leaders. We believe in collaborating with our education partners to make available a diverse range of resources. Here you will find information on successful programs and best practices from across Canada, as well as important research in the field.

Statistics Canada2020/2021 Elementary-Secondary Education Survey

Saskatchewan School Boards AssociationEconomic Impact Study on K-12 education

National YouthPride guide 2022: Youth strategies for tackling gender-based violence in our schools

Census Educator ToolkitsClassroom and post-secondary research resources

Mental Health Research CanadaAnnual Impact Report 2021-2022

Canadian School Mental Health Leadership NetworkYear 2 Summary Report

Canadian Academy of Health Sciences | Académie canadienne des sciences de la santéAutism in Canada: Considerations for future public policy development

Canadian Parents for French – Open Letter in support of the FJCF and their Call to Action on Linguistic Security // Lettre ouverte de soutien à la FJCF et à son appel à l’action sur la sécurité linguistique

Readings on Anti-Racism for Trustees

Actions speak louder than words – how school leaders can step up, take action and get results in a time of uncertainty and change

Council of Ministers of Education Canada

Education in Canada – an introduction
Around 15 per cent of Canadians have a university degree, over 25 per cent have a diploma from a post-secondary education institution and around 50 per cent graduate from high school.

John Ames presents: Using Neuroscience to Inform Writing
Presented by Office of Graduate Programs and Research Graduate Student Council of the Faculty of Education Indigenous Education Institute of Canada – Year of Indigenous Education Dean’s Office, Faculty of Education.