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Last Updated: April 15, 2018


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Province Issues Request for Proposals to Strengthen Sector Council ProgramApril 15, 2018

Province Issues Request for Proposals to Help Newcomers SucceedMarch 22, 2018

Manitoba Celebrates Agriculture Awareness Day With a Focus on Youth, Careers in AgricultureMarch 20, 2018

Manitoba Government Releases Colleges Education ReviewMarch 19, 2018


Manitoba College Review (Adobe PDF Document 4.08 MB)

This report is the result of a review undertaken by Higher Education Strategy Associates (HESA) by the Government of Manitoba. The mandate of this review was to undertake a review of five post-secondary institutions in Manitoba that offer college-level programs: Assiniboine Community College, the Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology, Red River College, Université de Saint-Boniface and the University College of the North.


Learning for Life: Charting the Future through Literacy and Numeracy

In January 2018, Manitoba Education and Training invited Manitobans to engage in an innovative three-day collaborative process to co-develop a long-term provincial literacy and numeracy strategy Learning for Life: Charting the Future through Literacy and Numeracy. Over 700 Manitoban voices were heard, through 100 discussions on issues that participants identified as critical to influencing and addressing high levels of achievement in literacy and numeracy. This complex issue cannot be addressed by schools alone. The process to develop a long-term, comprehensive and sustainable plan must include shared ownership of all Manitobans, from cradle to careers.

Please visit the website frequently as it will continue to be updated as materials are available.


Manitoba Post-Secondary Sexual Violence Policy Guide

The Government of Manitoba has developed a guideline document to assist post-secondary institutions in developing their sexual violence policies, as required under The Sexual Violence Awareness and Prevention Act. This guide outlines all of the requirements under The Act, as well as provides best practices regarding awareness, prevention and responding to sexual violence on campus.


Manitoba's Excellence in Education Awards 2017-2018

Nomination forms for the 2017-2018 Excellence in Education Awards are now available and must be submitted no later than December 1, 2017. The submission deadline was extended to December 20, 2017.


High School Graduation Rates and Student Achievement Statistics

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.


Learn how you can help Stop Bullying

Manitoba Education and Training is committed to supporting school communities in providing safe and caring learning environments.


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