A recent report provides recommendation on how enhancements can be made to the senior high school system. The report of the Senior High Working Group contains 15 recommendations for consideration.
A new $8 million investment in education technology will benefit student learning in schools across the province. The Government of Prince Edward Island has entered into a partnership agreement with Eastlink that will see all 65 school sites upgraded to equivalent standards.
Construction has now begun on the $20 million K-12 Souris School. The construction will take place in five phases with work expected to be completed by 2015. It will feature a new K-6 wing, culinary teaching area, enhanced IT and trade spaces, two gymnasiums and three playgrounds.
A recent report provides valuable insight on how to enhance the professional learning model to benefit Island students.
The new $10 million, 66,000 square foot Spring Park Elementary School in Charlottetown has been officially opened by Premier Robert Ghiz and Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Alan MacIsaac. The original school was replaced following discovery of water filtration issues in 2011.