When it comes to making decisions about sending your child to an independent school, the choices can be overwhelming. The Globe offers a variety of topics to consider.
Schools offer needs- and merit-based financial aid to attract a range of students who could not otherwise afford to attend
The primer answers the most-asked questions when it comes to private school education.
How a single-gender environment can leads girls to choose a career in sciences, technology, math and engineering.
Eminent Canadians with a variety of backgrounds who attended independent and private schools reflect on the sometimes surprising ways that their educations affected the directions they took in life, Shannon Moneo writes
Homework has its fair share of proponents and opponents, owing in part to lack of research consensus.
From stuffed toys to creative songs, educators approach sex ed classes with innovative methods.
In lab schools, learning in classrooms benefits students and researchers.
From the International Baccalaureate to foreign national curriculums and peers from around the globe, students get a wide perspective.
Don’t be caught off guard by extra costs or volunteer expectations.
Early-learning schools create an environment to address the whole person.
Families describe the circumstances that led to schooling away from home, from children’s choice to floating adventure.
Thanks to alumni networks, the number of students able to attend CAIS schools regardless of their socioeconomic background is increasing.