Last Updated: March 9, 2014
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.
This one-page document presents Manitoba's High School Graduation Rate from June 2002 to June 2012.
Minister opens nominations for the 2013-2014 Celebration of Excellence in Teaching awards.
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.
Bright Futures Fund
In 2011/12, the Manitoba government invested $4 million in the Bright Futures fund to support programs aimed at improving high school graduation rates and increasing access to post-secondary education for disadvantaged and low income students. The Bright Futures fund brings community-based organizations and schools together around a common goal: to address many of the key barriers to post-secondary education that are faced by under-represented students. This is a joint initiative between the department of Advanced Education and Literacy and the department of Healthy Living, Youth and Seniors that was first introduced in 2008.