Regulations, policies, and practices regarding funding are managed by the Schools Finance Board and/or the Public Schools Finance Board.
Easy-to-read reference guide describing funding provided to K-12 public schools in Manitoba.
School divisions/districts are eligible for a categorical grant of $5,500 per approved Senior Years Technology Education Program.
School divisions/districts are eligible for unit-credit support based on approved courses within Category I $165.00 per pupil credit) and Category II ($55.00 per pupil credit) as listed in the Subject Table Handbook: Technology Education.
Manitoba Education provides replacement allocations at a fixed level of funding (pro-rated) based upon the type and number of facilities in schools. This support is designed to assist schools with replacements, additions, upgrades, and major repairs to equipment and furniture.
Capital requests for renovations, expansions or new establishments are to be included in the five-year plans submitted annually to the Public Schools Finance Board. The Board prioritizes the submission and notifies school divisions with information on budgets which will result in awards to school divisions.