As students head back to school this week, a new online homework website and after-school tutoring pilot project will provide more opportunities for them to succeed in the classroom.
Manitoba is modernizing the post-secondary education system to better meet student needs and respond to labour market demands with a new Post-Secondary Education Strategy, which contains system-wide innovations and new partnerships to expand and enhance learning options.
The Manitoba government reinforced its commitment to lifelong learning by increasing funding for adult education programs by 2.5 per cent.
A chemistry professor with McGill University says we need to cultivate an understanding of chemistry, biology, and physics among students at the elementary level and then follow up in high school.
A new initiative supported by the Manitoba government will ensure all students have the opportunity to access post-secondary courses while still in high school.
The Manitoba government is introducing a new career development grant for schools that will help students develop clear career paths.
The Manitoba government continues its commitment to providing students with a quality education by increasing funding to Manitoba schools by an additional $24.4 million or two per cent, the rate of economic growth.
The Manitoba government’s smaller classes initiative has led to 130 teachers being hired in partnership with school divisions throughout the province this year alone, bringing the total number of teachers hired in the first two years of the initiative to 213.
The Manitoba government has unveiled a new website for parent-friendly curricula to help parents help their children thrive in school.
The Manitoba Government and nine community partners are equipping about 2,500 low-income and new Canadian youth with skills and support to succeed in high school and continue their studies in college or university this year through the Bright Futures program.