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December 2009

Trends in the Age of Education Infrastructure in Canada

In 2008, elementary and secondary schools accounted for the largest amount of education infrastructure in Canada. However, investments in university infrastructure have grown faster than at the elementary-secondary level since 2000. Changes in the value – and age – of education infrastructure reflect demographic trends in that only small changes have taken place in the number of elementary and secondary students since 1981. In contrast, enrolment in postsecondary institutions has experienced strong growth, especially since the turn of the millennium, fuelling demand for increased capacity ...

Trends in University Graduation, 1992 to 2007

The face of Canadian university graduates has changed profoundly over time. Today, most are female. International students account for a growing share of graduates, especially in mathematics, computer and information sciences. And close to half of graduates are age 25 years or more ...

Pan-Canadian Education Indicators Program (PCEIP)

New Tables and Charts (December 2009)

Fact Sheet No. 4 (December 2009)

School-age Population Living in Low-income Circumstances