The CNPF is a national francophone organization that brings together parent organizations working or interested in French-language education in a minority setting.
French-language education (FLE) in Ontario is an extensive network of public and Catholic elementary and secondary schools, French-language colleges and bilingual universities offering a wide range of quality programs and services in French from early childhood to adulthood.
The purpose of the Association franco-ontarienne des conseils scolaires catholiques is to act as the voice of French-language Catholic school boards in Ontario.
Ontario Ministry of Education and TFO site offering literacy and numeracy modules with videos of teachers in action, activity sheets, lesson plans, as well as modules on Daily Physical Activity (DPA) and anaphylaxis (for the protection of students with severe allergies), which fall under the Healthy Schools program.
This site has been developed by the MOE to assist members of Special Education Advisory Committees (SEACs) in fulfilling their legislated roles and responsibilities.
North Superior Counseling Programs is a non-profit community-based mental health and addiction counseling agency committed to supporting healthy communities in the North Superior region. It offers a full range of culturally sensitive counseling and wellness programs to help individuals and families.
Education Quality and Accountability Office. EQAO provides information on student achievement.
Tools and resources: "Find a Member", an online tool to find out the qualifications of your child's teacher. The Standard, an e-newsletter for parents.
PPE offers tools to train, inform and make parents aware of their role as first educator.
Roots of Empathy is an award-winning charity that provides a school-based empathy education program. The organization's vision is to change the world, one child at a time.
Through Eureka!, students in grades 1-12 in Ontario's French-language schools can get help in all subjects, receive specialized support in French and STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) subjects, and access enrichment exercises to deepen their knowledge. Students can ask questions by phone, text and email, or by using chat or social media. A professional team of teachers answers questions and explains concepts. A reliable source of information! This program is offered by CFORP in collaboration with all French-language school boards with funding support from the Canada-Ontario Agreement.
Find out why French-language Catholic schools are the choice of seven out of ten parents.
Through the reflection and action of its pan-Canadian network, the Association canadienne d'éducation de langue française exercises its leadership in education to strengthen the vitality of Francophone communities.
One of the largest collections of digital literacy and media education resources in the world.