Education and Training
Last Updated: December 9, 2016
2016 Minister's Workforce Development Excellence Award Recipients Announced –
This web page presents information about Manitoba’s high school graduation rates, including a new student-tracked rate, as well as other Manitoba student achievement statistics.
The newly developed Smaller Classes website is designed to provide Manitobans with information about the advances being made implementing smaller classes in schools across the province. Visitors will find answers to frequently asked questions, past and current provincial news releases related to the initiative, and follow the progress being made to provide optimal learning environments in our schools.
Nomination forms for the 2016-2017 Excellence in Education Awards are now available and must be submitted no later than December 1, 2016. The submission deadline has been extended until December 21, 2016.
Manitoba Education is committed to supporting school communities in providing safe and caring learning environments.
This document outlines Manitoba Education’s assessment policy and principles in the areas of academic responsibility, honesty, and promotion/retention of students. Beginning February 1, 2011, practices in Manitoba schools related to these areas will align with those described in this document. School divisions in Manitoba will formalize divisional policies to conform to this document by September 2011.
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- Manitoba’s Post-Secondary Education Strategy
- Grants in K-12 Education
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- Non-Profit Organizations (NPO) Portal
- Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC)
- Copyright – Fair Dealing Guidelines for Teachers
- French Second Language Revitalization Program
- Program for the Enrichment of French in Education
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