Find support and documents to help with the integration of Aboriginal perspectives into curricula.
Find support to help foster a career development culture that integrates career, occupational, labour market and learning information.
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Learning resources evaluated, selected and recommended for Manitoba classrooms. Subject area bibliographies.
Search and order learning resources through the Manitoba Text Book Bureau online catalogue. Resources can be selected by stock number, title, subjects area(s), grade range, language, media type, and / or WNCP designation.
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In December 1993, the ministers responsible for education in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, Yukon Territory and Northwest Territories signed the Western Canadian Protocol for Collaboration in Basic Education, Kindergarten to Grade 12. Several cooperative projects are underway, including the development of common curriculum frameworks with learning outcomes in mathematics, language arts and international languages. In 2002 the name changed to Western and Northern Canadian Protocol to reflect the addition of Nunavut.