NCA Education Policy Statement

The National Citizens Alliance (NCA) Founding Document, Section 18.03 Education

The NCA recognizes the importance of education for a healthy, functional, and productive society. NCA policies will support public education, increased access to vocational and higher education, and increased quality of education. NCA members believe that education in some form is a lifelong pursuit for many Canadians. The NCA prioritizes realistic hands-on, basic life skills related education, because it will create a more cohesive society, improve individual productivity and increase the gross domestic product.

In order to bring these visions for Canadian education to fruition, the National Citizens Alliance supporting the following:

● Respecting the constitutional arrangement giving the provinces jurisdiction over the public delivery of education in Canada within the constitutional limit of “peace, order, and good government”

● Encouraging the provinces to keep religion out of the schools and not provide any accommodation to any religion, ideology, or way of life

● Encouraging any other level of government to not push sexual identity politics on our children and parents

● Partnering with the provinces in providing student loans and grants to students for post-secondary studies at universities, colleges, as well as technical and vocational institutes

● Creating forums for public online input on educational issues, which are accessible to all Canadians

● Tailoring some of the federal education funding to relevant policies such as how Canadian families and businesses can reduce their carbon footprints and important health issues

Created: 2014-04-01; last updated: 2017-09-06

The NCA membership did not vote on this policy because it is part of the NCA Founding Document.

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