Research

Research 2017-05-29T21:09:24-04:00

Our research helps us to better understand FSL programs and student needs, determine gaps in access or effectiveness, establish why official bilingualism is a valuable life skill, and provide evidence-based reasoning for the advocacy and promotion that helps drive Canada’s youth on the path toward bilingualism.

  • Quick Facts About French in Alberta

    23.4% of all Alberta students were studying French as a subject in 2011/12.

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The State of FSL Education in Canada

Enrollment Trends

Research Database (CPF members only)

 

See also:

CPF Guide to FSL Schools (CPF members only)