Last Updated: May 5, 2013
Provincial K-3 Class Size Initiative
As part of the collaborative planning process for the five-year implementation of the Kindergarten to Grade 3 class size initiative (20K3), school divisions will maintain a K-3 class size tracker to monitor progress on reducing K-3 class sizes. The K-3 class size tracker is available at each school division website homepage and/or school website.
Provincial K-3 Class Size Initiative Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Manitoba Education is committed to supporting school communities in providing safe and caring learning environments.
This one-page document presents Manitoba's High School Graduation Rate from June 2002 to June 2012.
Minister announces recipients of 2012-2013 Celebration of Excellence in Teaching awards.
Manitoba intends to demonstrate through the Action Plan for Science Education in Manitoba, a renewal of its commitment to improve student engagement in science and support professional learning for teachers.
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.