The Canadian education system is delivered by provincial and territorial governments. Although there are some differences among provinces and territories, the standard of education remains consistently high throughout the country due to federal government oversight.
Canada promotes both public and private education and spends proportionately more on education than the average among OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) countries.
Whether a school is public or private it must meet stringent requirements of federal and provincial regulations. This has positioned the Canadian education system as one of the top-ranking among the best in the world.
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Canada has an established leadership role in open, distance and flexible higher education. Online and distance programs are available at all levels of education.
All online courses offered are accredited and recognized to grant credits towards pupils’ Ontario Secondary School Diploma, equivalent to an OSSD earned through a publicly funded secondary day school. These courses range across different subjects including English, Mathematics, Science, and many more.
The importance of technology in education is unavoidable now. Online education can be delivered using the Google Education platform. Google Education has revolutionized technology in the classroom, as well as collaborative learning. To provide students with greater flexibility, online courses can be asynchronous or synchronous. Asynchronous learning permits students to log in to their respective course(s) anytime, from anywhere. Student progress is closely monitored, and fluid communication between instructors, students, parents, and other members of staff is an integral component of the online delivery modal.See more
High School in Canada, commonly known as Secondary School education, can be taken in a variety of educational environments. The most common educational environments being offered in Ontario, Canada is Online education, Virtual classes, Private sessions, Group classes, and Homeschooling. All mentioned educational environments must follow exactly the same system and rules. There will be no difference invalidation, accreditation and reputation of courses or high school diploma regardless of the educational environment in which the student studies. All educational environments are designed and supervised by the ministry of education in order to give students choices and options to enjoy their Educational journey.
Online Education has been dramatically expanding in North America, especially Canada and Ontario. Today, you can register, study, and earn your high school credits and diploma FULLY ONLINE without the need of entering Canada or obtaining a study VISA.
To attain an Ontario Secondary School Diploma students are required to complete;
30 secondary school (High school) credits,
40 hours of community service, and
Pass the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test/Course.
A credit is defined as a course that has a minimum of 110 hours of instructional
time and has been developed or approved by the Ministry of Education.See more