A new report has been released measuring the skills and knowledge of fifteen year old Canadian and international students in reading, science and math.
On National Child Day, Minister McIsaac introduced Motion #31, "Working Together to Ensure Play Remains in Early Learning and Child Care Programs and Kindergarten Classrooms and Explored in Primary Grades." The motion was unanimously supported and was a great opportunity to highlight the importance of play in the Early Years and Primary Grades.
November 20 marks National Child Day in Canada, celebrating the importance of two United Nations documents focusing on the rights of children.
Literacy and mathematics assessments show that student achievement is improving in several key areas in Prince Edward Island.
The Government of Prince Edward Island has announced important changes designed to keep public sector pensions both secure and affordable.