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Newsletter, Winter 2017
The FLE newsletter aims at emphasizing the quality and accomplishments of French language education in Ontario. Enjoy your reading!
Success and Prosperity in 2017!
… may the French-language education network continue its achievements and contribute to the vitality of the Ontarian community.

Continued growth in enrollments in French-language elementary and secondary schools
Source: SISOn/EDU

Figures for the school year 2015–2016 compiled this fall once again show an increase in enrollments. Enrollment from kindergarten to grade 12 is 103,492, which represents an increase of 1,654 students. You can also view some updated data on French-language schools on the FLE website under “About FLE/Some Data”:
Two new tools for the promotion of French-language education
  • A general information leaflet to publicize the FLE network and its benefits was produced this fall.
  • The leaflet clarifying the distinction between French-language education and the French immersion program was also updated.
These tools are available in two formats from the FLE website under “About FLE/Promotional Material” ( - Printable leaflet format and one page (poster) format.
Relevant data within your reach
Want to get statistical or demographic data relevant to the world of education? Here is a very useful source:
Statistics Canada

If you would like to be notified of the release of new CANSIM tables by Statistics Canada, log in to My StatCan and select the tables you want after clicking on “Email notifications”. You will receive an email with every new release or update!

The My StatCan portal is available at the following address:

Some examples of research:

Education indicators in Canada: An international perspective:

Elementary—Secondary Education Survey for Canada, the provinces and territories:
Canada’s population estimates:
Canadian postsecondary enrolments and graduates:
Pedagogical innovation, a constant concern for French-language education
ÉducO is a new French-language blog on pedagogical innovation, presenting, in a single space, a variety of themes dealing with new pedagogical trends, technopedagogy, sharing good practices, innovation and the world of education in general. It is an initiative set forth by the CFORP in its efforts to contribute to the quality of French-language education. Call for papers: Professionals in education who want to highlight innovative educational initiatives, can contribute to this blog by visiting: