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History of Education in Canada

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Kathleen DeGeer

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A History of Education in Canada 1635 in New France education was more important and prevelant than other areas. The COLLÈGE DES JÉSUITES was created in Quebec City by the first French settlers in 1635 with the first courses being classical studies, grammar and theology. COLLÈGE DES JÉSUITES
1759 Britian's Response The British became concerned about the amount of French Education in Canada. They attempted and failed multiple times to set up their own schooling system. Disinterest and popularity of the French schooling was the cause of these failures. Egerton Ryerson 1840's Egerton Ryerson travelled across the world to help establish school systems in different countries. One of these countries was Canada. He did most of his work with Canadian schooling in Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia. He is concsidered the founder of Canadian curriculum development 19th Century General Establishment By the 19th century school systems had been established across almost all of Canada. Works Cited http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/articles/history-of-education 1884 Compulsory
Attendance
Legislation Compulsory attendance legislation acts were passed across Canada in every province, with the exception of Quebec, though most children were already enrolled. 1960's Francophone schooling
Enhances Quebec's Francophone work force paled in comparison to the Anglophone's in the rest of Canada. Qubecios began promoting education more aggressively. Early 1876 Royal Military College The Royal Military College of Canada was established in Kingston Ontario ""for the purpose of providing a complete education in all branches of military tactics, fortification, engineering, and general scientific knowledge in subjects connected with and necessary to thorough knowledge of the military profession" Residential Schools The first residential schools began opening for Aboriginal Peoples 1996 Last Residential School
The last residential school is closed in Saskatchewan Reconciliation attempts 1998 The government made a Statement of Reconciliation and established the Aboriginal Healing Foundation which supported 350 million to ammend the physical and emotional abuse those involved experienced 2010 CHANGED FOREVER I moved, affecting not only the entire country but the Edmonton Public School System as well. By Kathleen DeGeer
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