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Prince Edward Island is one step closer to becoming a learning destination for students seeking first-rate private training schools. Major amendments to the, Private Training Schools Act, will better protect students and assure high-quality training. Supportive legislation will also help offer...
New funding agreement will help bring learning opportunities to Islanders who might not otherwise be able to access them. The provincial government will provide the Prince Edward Island Association of Community Schools more than $125,000 over the next three years to better meet the needs of...
According to PISA results released today, Island students are reaching high levels of achievement in science, reading and mathematics, showing the largest and only significant improvement among provinces, and attaining the highest equity in student performance in the country. PISA is an...
More than 30 new front-line education positions will support the increasing needs of Prince Edward Island students. The provincial government is investing an additional $1.4 million in the current school year for 10 new teachers, 19.5 Educational Assistants (EAs), and two Youth Service Workers. The...
This document provides a framework to support teachers in the implementation of French language arts curriculum in Grade 4.
This document provides a framework to support teachers in the implementation of French language arts curriculum in Grade 5.
Under the mandate of the, Archives and Records Act, , the Province of Prince Edward Island is bound to ensure records created and kept by government offices are managed effectively and disposed of responsibly. Since a government-wide recorded information management (RIM) program was established in...
This document outlines the Provincial Government's RIM strategy and three year plan.