The State of French-Second-Language Education in Canada research reports examine how well French-second-language (FSL) programs are faring across Canada. The reports address a variety of long-standing and emerging issues in FSL education, like equitable access to FSL programs developing more effective FSL programs, student proficiency, additional learning opportunities and more.
The State of French Second Language Education in Canada in 2018: Focus on French Second Language Teachers
This report reviews research published between 2000 and 2016 that focused on French as a second language teachers, identifies current research trends and makes recommendations for further studies needed to address gaps in the research.
The State of French Second Language Education in Canada in 2017: Focus on French Second Language Students
The 2017 report explores current French as a second language research findings which focus on student experience, proficiency and inclusion.
The State of French-Second-Language Education in Canada 2012: Academically Challenged Students and FSL Programs
The 2012 report highlights the unique obstacles faced by students with learning difficulties in an FSL environment. The report features summaries of presentations by six researchers studying this subject in Canada to a round table of diverse participants in June. The round table included representatives from CPF, researchers, federal and provincial government officials, school board officials, academics, and other stakeholders concerned with accessibility in FSL programming.
The State of French-Second-Language Education in Canada 2010:
- Surveys and interviews with new Canadian parents and students who share their attitudes toward and experiences with French-second-language education
- Voices of New Canadians: a fact sheet for educators
- Ministry of Education policies affecting equitable access to FSL programs
The State of French-Second-Language Education in Canada 2010: Executive Summary
Branch and National Perspectives 2010
Branch-reported Improvements and Challenges 2010
Voices of Allophone Adults and Allophone university students: Perspectives and Experiences with French as a Second Official Language in Canada
Review of Ministry of Education Policies affecting equitable access
The State of French-Second-Language Education in Canada 2008:
- Pan-Canadian second-language proficiency benchmarks
- Employment benefits of official-language bilingualism
- French immersion and students with academic challenges
- Official language-learning for Allophones
- French immersion: when and why?
- Caps and lotteries for French immersion programs
- Transportation to FSL programs in Ontario
Archived Executive Summaries:
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