‘RESPONSIBILITY AND SUSTAINABILITY IN INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION’

April 26 – 28, 2020 – Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre

CAPS-I’s Annual Conference and AGM will be held at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre in Vancouver, BC from Sunday, April 26 to Tuesday, April 28, 2020. The Association is pleased to offer a full 2-day conference schedule with 2 pre-conference workshop options as well as networking events and sightseeing tour followed by the Annual General Meeting on Wednesday, April 29th.

The 2020 Conference is expected to attract 400 delegates from across Canada.

Throughout the 3 days, there will be plenary sessions, professional development workshops and panel discussions.

Conference program and registration details to follow in January, 2020.

The following public school district members of CAPS-I are offering short term summer camp programs for international students.  For further details about each program, click on the respective name/link below:

 

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Parents choose a Canadian public education for their children for a number of reasons. When looking for a world-class public school with opportunities to study in English, French, or in both languages, Canada is often the first country that people think of. Canada is also known for its diversity and welcoming atmosphere. Surrounded by other students from different backgrounds, they feel as though they belong and will be able to relate to their peer group.

When preparing your child for a bright future academically and professionally, there are many reasons why a Canadian public education could be the best fit. In fact, public schools are the primary choice for the majority of Canadian students. Continue reading to learn more!

Public Education in Canada Is World-Class

No matter where your child’s future leads them, a Canadian education will be an asset. Canadian public high school diplomas are recognized by post-secondary schools all over the world. Whether you are preparing your child to attend higher level institutions in Canada, at home, or elsewhere in the world, you can trust that their graduation credential will be valued and respected.

The Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) conducts measurements of scholastic performance by students. This is done every three years, worldwide, in the categories of math, science, and reading. In the most recent report, Canada was ranked among the top ten countries in all three categories. Canadian public schools placed well above Australia, New Zealand, the UK, the United States, and Ireland. This means that you can trust that your child will receive excellent instruction, assistance, and guidance to work towards achieving their goals.

A wide variety of learning opportunities are available in Canada’s public schools

Resources Are Invested into Canadian Public Schools

Canada invests more into its public schools than any other country in the G7. In addition, the professionals working in Canada’s public school system are also invested in and held to a high standard. In Canada, teachers must have at least a bachelor’s degree and 1 year of practical training. Many teachers also have a master’s degree in addition to their bachelor’s. Teachers are lifelong learners and engage in continuous professional development to update their knowledge and skills. Choosing a public education in Canada gives your child access to one of the best education systems in the world, where they can excel and be supported by excellent educators.

Equality Is a an Important Part of the Canadian Public School System

Students show outstanding performance in Canada’s public schools. There is minimal variation between different schools, which demonstrates how the quality of schools remains consistent across all provinces in Canada .

Another aspect of the Canadian public education system that sets it apart from many other countries is how quickly the children of migrant families integrate into Canadian schools and how well they perform. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has even observed that in Canadian schools, the children of migrant families are more likely to feel that they belong. This demonstrates the ease with which students can integrate into Canadian public schools after arriving from their home country. It also shows just how important equality and acceptance are to the Canadian public school system.

 Canadian public schools work hard to help all students succeed

Contact CAPS-I to learn more about our member schools!

From May 27th – 30th, 2019 CAPS-I will be hosting a mission to Mexico City for 23 member school boards from 7 provinces. The mission will consist of seminars, 1:1 meetings and informal networking opportunities with agency representatives throughout Mexico.

The following public school district members of CAPS-I are offering short term summer camp programs for international students.  For further details about each program, click on the respective name/link below:

ALBERTA:

BRITISH COLUMBIA:

MANITOBA:

ONTARIO:

NEW BRUNSWICK:

NOVA SCOTIA:

Our 2019 Conference was a great success with over 320 delegates from all 10 provinces.  Over 50 sessions were offered throughout the 3 days.  Thank you to our sponsors for their generous support for our annual event.  We look forward to our 2020 conference in Vancouver, BC. 

 

From February 11-12, 2019 CAPS-I hosted a mission in Milan, Italy for 23 member school boards from 7 provinces. The mission consisted of seminars, 1:1 meetings and informal networking opportunities with agency representatives from Italy, Switzerland, France and Belgium.

From February 11-12, 2019 CAPS-I will be hosting a mission to Milan, Italy for 23 member school boards from 7 provinces.  The mission will consist of seminars, 1:1 meetings and informal networking opportunities with agency representatives from throughout Italy, Switzerland and France.