Canadian watchdog group issues warning about education

The Canadian Council on Learning issued a report this week stating the country is falling behind others, such as China and South Korea, in education. "Canada is the only country in the developed world that has no stated national goals for education," said Paul Cappon, the council's president. While Canadian students routinely have high test scores when compared with their international peers, the report finds the country has fewer high-achieving students.

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