Fraser’s Institute accused of including incorrect data in school rankings study


Kamloops-Thompson school district leaders are calling foul on the Fraser Institute for including incorrect data in their school rankings study. The Institute has been called to task for ranking the mean income of Chase at $103,000 despite knowing that the C.D. Howe Institute lists Chase’s mean income at $40,000. The district also accuses the Institute of misusing data and making comparisons that do not account for the diversity of income, language, and differing abilities within public schools. Read more in the Kamloops Daily News.


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