Thursday, May 7, 2020
All Saskatchewan school divisions now have the opportunity to offer financial literacy courses to their students as an elective course.
The Financial Literacy 20 and 30 courses were piloted by 20 teachers in 12 school divisions and two First Nation education authorities.
“Our government wants to ensure Saskatchewan’s students are provided with relevant and practical curricula that will prepare them for their futures,” Education Minister Gord Wyant said in a recent news release.
Friday, May 1, 2020
Turn the clock back just a couple months ago and the word wasn’t even in my lexicon. COVID-19 could be some person’s unique personalized licence plate.
As for social distancing, this could be just another term for someone who might not be all that enamoured with you.
Wednesday, April 29, 2020
The week of February 3 to 7, 2020, was French Second-Language Education Week in Saskatchewan. It was a chance to celebrate the growing number of Saskatchewan families recognizing the value of French language education in our schools.
This year's theme was 50 years of French Immersion, 50 years of the Official Languages Act. Over the last 10 years, enrolment in French Immersion programming around the province has risen by 30 percent, with more than 16,500 students enrolled in French Immersion programs for the 2019-20 school year.