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Provincially managed but with federal standards to ensure consistency

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Provincial, the federal government should not have a role in education

@98TKB9KGreenfrom Ontario  answered…3 days

Education needs to be revisited with proper minds behind it, the future of our children needs to be for everyone. Fewer private schools would force the rich to put their own money back into the school system and everyone wins.

@98SJLMGfrom British Columbia  answered…6 days

post secondary education is 100% pointless all your doing is getting in debt

@98RB686from Ontario  answered…1wk

I think that both parties should hold stakes in education funding

@98R4FGBLiberalfrom Ontario  answered…1wk

it should be both provincial should do what they can and federal should oversee and help a province with lower populations and fewer post secondary institutions could need full federal support

@98PR4QWfrom Montana  answered…2wks

Post Secondary should be the responsibility to those private institutions.

@98MNVKTfrom British Columbia  answered…2wks

@98MGHZZfrom Ontario  answered…2wks

@98LM36Qfrom California  answered…3wks

@98GGKZ8from Alberta  answered…1mo

It should be both. Provincial should do what they can and federal should oversee and help. A province with lower populations and fewer post secondary institutions could need full federal support.

@98G2LCYfrom Ontario  answered…1mo

@98CN77Qfrom Quebec  answered…1mo

Only if it’s a government course to become a government employee. Otherwise private companies should expect applications from privately educated individuals

@98B2JPVfrom Nova Scotia  answered…2mos

@982LZ84Communistfrom Saskatchewan  answered…2mos

i think it should be federal and provincial because the Federal government tried to wipe out an entire race through "education" so then they will not have full power incase history repeats itself

@97YX8VSfrom Saskatchewan  answered…2mos

@97TYDMGfrom Alberta  answered…2mos

Provincial, that way theres more opportunitys for more specific education and resources, instead of just a "one size fits all" type of education

@97NRTW8from Ontario  answered…3mos

Supported financially via both provincial and federal. Responsibility via the needs of standards and specific skills. That meet the requirements for not just national or provincial but a global capacity. Falls upon the institutions themselves.

@97N57G3Conservativefrom Ontario  answered…3mos

The government should not be involved in education but rather they should be funding the professionals who know how to run an education system where kids learn to think for themselves instead of developing fixed mindsets to become workers for the government.

@96Z72XKfrom British Columbia  answered…3mos

Legislature should be passed to limit needless credentialism in job posting. Government should not fund students who coast by and use that funding to party. ANY loans or grants used for non essential purposes should disqualify the student and convert their loan to be interest bearing.

@96FF56Hfrom Ontario  answered…4mos

A new system of of education similar to private schools. No government involvement regarding the education curriculum. Must be provincially or federally funded. Government must attain to strict and adhere policy to not tamper with the education system and curriculum; not to reiterate or change history; and to not deny science.

@96CYT57from Ontario  answered…4mos

Neither, because schools are municipal not provicial and Justin Trudeau can't run schools.

@96CQ5DRfrom Ontario  answered…4mos

@969Z7JSLiberalfrom British Columbia  answered…4mos

Provincial should oversee but not be responsible for post secondary education

@96867Q6from British Columbia  answered…4mos

@967V2B4from Alberta  answered…4mos

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