Volante, Louis, & Jaafar, Sonia Ben. (2008) Educational assessment in Canada. Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice, 15(2), 201-210. (Only briefly mention homeschooling: “While the vast majority of students attend public schools within this system, a small minority of Canadian children are home-schooled by parents and/or tutors, or attend private schools run by independent operators. Nevertheless, both home-schooling and private schools must follow provincial/territorial guidelines” (p. 203).) (Descriptors: educational assessment, policy)
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