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School education in canada — data and statistical intelligence — indalytics advisors — report brief

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School Education in Canada — Data and Statistical Intelligence provides all the relevant statistics and insights on basic school education in Canada. The report discusses the distribution of schools, students and teaching staff across the country, in form of easy–to–understand charts. It further breaks down the statistics in terms of government and private schools.

The report is ideal for organizations and investors, who are planning to enter, expand, or invest in Canada’s school education sector. It is also suited for ancillary products and services providers, who want to gauge their market potential. Further, it provides ready to use charts for consultants and marketing executives, who are time-crunched to conduct an in–house research.

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School education in canada — data and statistical intelligence — indalytics advisors — report brief

  1. 1. SCHOOL EDUCATION IN CANADA — DATA AND STATISTICAL INTELLIGENCE Indalytics Advisors | www.indalytics.com
  2. 2. School Education in Canada — Data and Statistical Intelligence A BOUT THE R EPORT School Education in Canada — Data and Statistical Intelligence provides all the relevant statistics and insights on basic school education in Canada. The report discusses the distribution of schools, students and teaching staff across the country, in form of easy–to–understand charts. It further breaks down the statistics in terms of government and private schools. The report is ideal for organizations and investors, who are planning to enter, expand, or invest in Canada’s school education sector. It is also suited for ancillary products and services providers, who want to gauge their market potential. Further, it provides ready to use charts for consultants and marketing executives, who are time-crunched to conduct an in–house research. In case you are looking for some specific sub–sector in the Canada’s school education, and want us to conduct an in–depth study, then please feel free to write to us at info@indalytics.com. © Indalytics Advisors l www.indalytics.com l 1
  3. 3. School Education in Canada — Data and Statistical Intelligence L IST OF F IGURES Figure 1: School Enrollment in Canada — Public and Private Schools Figure 2: School Enrollment in Canada — Males and Females Figure 3: School Enrollment in Canada — By Provinces and Territories Figure 4: School Enrollment in Canada — By Provinces and Territories — Public and Private Schools Figure 5: Enrollment in K–12 Schools as a % of Total Population — By Provinces and Territories Figure 6: Number of School Educators in Canada — By Provinces and Territories Figure 7: Number of K–12 Schools in Canada — By Provinces and Territories Figure 8: Number of K–12 Schools in Canada— By Provinces and Territories — Public and Private Schools Figure 9: School–age Population (5 — 17 Years) as a % of Total Population — By Provinces and Territories Figure 10: Gross Enrollment Ratios in Canada — Preprimary, Primary and Secondary Education © Indalytics Advisors l www.indalytics.com l 2
  4. 4. School Education in Canada — Data and Statistical Intelligence E XECUTIVE S UMMARY Canada has approximately 5.4 million K–12 school students, enrolled across the 10 provinces and three territories. More than 90% of the students are enrolled in private schools, and the ratio of private to public school enrollment is highest in case of British Columbia, Manitoba and Quebec. 51% of the students are males, and remaining 49% females. Enrollment of Ontario and Quebec collectively constitute more than 60% of the total enrollment across Canada. Ontario and Quebec also collectively constitute more than 50% of all the schools and more than 60% of all the educators across Canada, while the territory of Nunavut has the highest K–12 school enrollment, as a % of total population. British Columbia, Ontario and Saskatchewan have the highest % of private schools. Average K–12 school age population, as a % of total population across Canada is 14.5%. Five provinces and all the three territories exceed the average, with the highest difference in case of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut. © Indalytics Advisors l www.indalytics.com l 3
  5. 5. School Education in Canada — Data and Statistical Intelligence S AMPLE F IGURES ON S CHOOL E DUCATION IN C ANADA Figure 1: School Enrollment in Canada — Public and Private Schools Total Students = XXX Private Schools Public Schools Source: Statistics Canada; Indalytics Advisors © Indalytics Advisors l www.indalytics.com l 4
  6. 6. School Education in Canada — Data and Statistical Intelligence Figure 2: School Enrollment in Canada — By Provinces and Territories — Public and Private Schools Total Students = XXX Alberta British Columbia Manitoba New Brunswick Newfoundland and Labrador Nova Scotia Ontario Prince Edward Island Quebec Saskatchewan Northwest Territories Nunavut Yukon Enrollment in Public Schools Enrollment in Private Schools Source: Statistics Canada; Indalytics Advisors © Indalytics Advisors l www.indalytics.com l 5
  7. 7. School Education in Canada — Data and Statistical Intelligence D ISCLAIMER No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior permission of the publisher, Indalytics Advisors Private Limited. The information contained in this report is of a general nature and is not intended to address any particular individual or entity’s circumstances. Although proper care has been taken to provide accurate and timely information, there can be no guarantee that such information is accurate as of the date it is received or that it will continue to be accurate in the future. The publisher should not be held liable for any discrepancy in the information. No one should act upon such information without appropriate professional advice after a thorough examination of the particular situation. Publication Volume: DST-14-SE–02 Publication Date – January 2014 © 2014 Indalytics Advisors Private Limited For further information, info@indalytics.com © Indalytics Advisors l please contact www.indalytics.com l 6
  8. 8. School Education in Canada — Data and Statistical Intelligence N OTES © Indalytics Advisors l www.indalytics.com l 7

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