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      26 Letters is a Canadian company headquartered in Toronto, Canada focused on helping students to study abroad and strategically support them in achieving their career goals while they select the best program and country of their choice. Be it Canada, Australia, USA or any European nation, we create an ambience...
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      IELTS

      IELTS stands for International English Language Testing System. That is an arrangement built basically to analyze the English proficiency of people who

      CELPIP

      CELPIP (Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program) is yet another English proficiency test for people specifically willing to locate to Canada

      PTE

      PTE that is also known as Pearson Tests of English is a computer-based English proficiency test created to check the language abilities of non-native English

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      Students aiming to kick start their career in the western world by choosing to study the best programs and courses can avail world class counselling and other career-oriented services at 26 Letters. The Canadian company is founded to provide best-in-class career management services and aims to provide a one-stop solution approach for all your overseas education needs including student counselling, digital english proficiency test coaching, assistance on educational loans and visa services.

      At 26 letters, we are working to provide admissions for various colleges and universities including countries like Canada, UK, Spain, Australia and USA. As a Canadian company, 26 letters have access to some of the top universities and colleges in the world. Be it Business, Social Sciences, Information Technology, Bio-Science, Tourism and Hospitality, Life Sciences etc. 26 letters can help students get their dream program. So, please CLICK HERE to talk to a licensed staff to discuss about your overseas education questions.

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      • Delaying March Break: Would a “Catch-Up Week” have made more sense in Ontario?
        Ontario Education Minister Stephen Lecce ended the public confusion on February 11, 2021 by announcing that March break would be postponed to the week of April 12. His public rationale was that such a move was prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic and intended to keep students safe while containing community spread of the virus. The […]
      • Educational Spending: Who’s Minding the Store in the Canadian K-12 System?
        Some things in education return, year after year, like clockwork. So the dawn of 2021 produced the latest iteration of the Fraser Institute’s perennial report on “Education Spending in Public Schools in Canada.” Everyone in Canadian K-12 education attuned to public policy, from coast-to-coast, knows what to expect as regular fare from one of our […]
      • Education Outlook 2021: Who’s Tackling COVID-19 ‘Learning Loss’?
        The “COVID-19 slide” is real and it is setting back learning for all students, but particularly for those from disadvantaged, racialized and marginal communities. Looking ahead in 2021, the urgent priority is to confront the profound impact of the COVID-19 onslaught on the ‘pandemic generation’ of students
      • School Council Pandemic Breakdown: Is the Time Ripe for Re-engineering School-Level Governance?
        Effective school councils, at their best, truly engage parents and give them a meaningful voice in shaping school-level policy affecting students. Far too many of them devolve into ‘window dressing’ and instead expose the limits of parent involvement. When schools shut down in March 2020, local parent consultation committees were rendered almost invisible and sidelined […]
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        Flattening the curve of the pandemic is a long slog, but a few lessons are being learned, particularly in the K-12 education domain. When COVID-19 hit in March 2020, pandemic emergency response plans embraced a singular education strategy – close all K-12 schools and default to hastily-assembled and largely-untested “home learning” programs. Following public health […]
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