In Canada, education is, for the most part, public and funded by the federal, provincial, and territorial governments.Provincial governments oversee the curriculum and the education system. In general, there are three levels of education: primary, secondary, and postsecondary. There are district school boards administering educational programs in the provinces under the ministry of education. The Canadian government does not have a national curriculum. Rather, all provinces have their own common curriculum established by their ministries. In addition to traditional compulsory subjects such as language, mathematics, science, social studies, and art, all provinces offer citizenship education at both the elementary and secondary levels.
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