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Last Updated: November 15, 2015

Provincial K-3 Class Size Initiative

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.

My Learning at Home new icon

The new My Learning at Home website allows grade 5 to 8 students to find videos, animations and interactive websites to help them understand or deepen their understanding of many concepts in mathematics and science.

My Child in School – Curriculum Information for Parents

The Manitoba government offers parents a new user-friendly website that provides an overview of curriculum content to help parents support their children’s success in school. The new My Child in School website has information for each compulsory subject area broken down into four sections:

  • What my child is learning
  • How my child is assessed
  • Resources that support my child's learning
  • Frequently asked questions

Manitoba's Celebration of Excellence in Teaching Minister's Awards 2015-2016 new icon

Nomination forms for the 2015-2016 Celebration of Excellence in Teaching Awards are now available.

The submission deadline has been extended to November 19, 2015.

Manitoba's High School Graduation Rate: June 2002 to June 2014

This one-page document presents Manitoba's High School Graduation Rate from June 2002 to June 2014.

Learn how you can help Stop Bullying

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

Towards Inclusion: Supporting Positive Behaviour in Manitoba Classrooms

This document provides information for schools on universal approaches, proactive interventions and strategies, and evidence-based practices when working with students who exhibit challenging behaviours.

Advisory Committee on Joint Use of School and Community Facilities

Department Correspondence

An archive of relevant correspondence to school divisions and local school authorities in Manitoba from Manitoba Education and Advanced Learning.

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