education news articles 2021

Alberta education minister receives mandate letter from Premier Smith

Nicolaides has also been tasked with working on several other initiatives: Reviewing the role of parent school councils and working with educators to explore ways parents can appropriately provide more input into school policies and learning options. Ensuring Alberta’s educational funding model continues to promote parental choice in education. This includes ensuring that Alberta’s public, […]

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Article on Physical Intervention in Schools – The Additional Support Needs Blog

It is a little late to bring you news from the publication of Edition 9 of the Health and Education Chamber’s Bulletin – as it has been available since November! However, the Bulletins, which are always worth a read, are slightly tucked away in a corner of the website where you wouldn’t necessarily stumble across

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Manitoba to fund early-year assessment tools, education minister says – Winnipeg

Descrease article font size Increase article font size Manitoba educators will get a boost when it comes to digital assessment tools to help identify early years students’ needs, the province said Monday. Education and early childhood learning minister Wayne Ewasko announced $1.6 million in funding for both English and French programs, based on consultation with

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