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Data in the following tables are based on information available as of September 30th, 2015. Please note the following when reviewing the tables: Enrolment in Regular English versus French Immersion programs and catchment of residence are dependent on information collected from schools by the...
Students in all schools and post-secondary education institutions in New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island will be invited to participate in activities promoting careers during the week of October 31 to November 4 as part of the Atlantic Canada Career Week...
The Public Schools Branch encourages Islanders to participate in public meetings being held November 1 through November 10 to share their ideas on the school review. Under the School Change Policy, schools must be reviewed at least every five years. “Through this review we want to provide better...
This document is a backgrounder on results from the 2016 Provincial Common Assessments.
This document shows provincial results from the 2014-2015 School Health Action Planning and Evaluation System (SHAPES).
This document provides PEI results of the 2014-15 Canadian Student Tobacco Alcohol and Drugs Survey (CSTADS).
During School Libraries Week, Island schools are finding fun and engaging ways to celebrate how their libraries help to develop students into lifelong readers and learners. Education, Early Learning and Culture Minister Doug Currie is one of several guest readers and local authors visiting school...
This week, young Islanders will have a unique opportunity to make their voices heard at the first ever Island youth event, YDAY. On Friday, young people from across PEI will share their ideas on a variety of topics and explore how they can be leaders within their communities. YDAY is bringing...
The provincial government will match the nearly $17,000 raised through Postmedia’s 2016 Raise-a-Reader campaign to support Island literacy. The donations matched by the province’s Department of Workforce and Advanced Learning will fund the PEI Literacy Alliance’s Summer Tutoring Program for Kids...
Islanders can review plans for the proposed renovation of Three Oaks Senior High at an information session this Thursday, October 13. “Our department has been working with school administration and the Department of Education, Early Learning and Culture to develop the best strategy for making Three...