Nova Scotia’s Action Plan for Education focuses on maximizing student learning and success.
A redesigned curriculum for grades Primary to 3 is one of the biggest initiatives for this year. It will provide students with a stronger foundation in mathematics & literacy. To help parents understand how their child is learning with the revised curriculum, the P-3 report card has changed. Information Sheet: English | Français
Nova Scotia’s Action Plan for Education is preparing students for success after graduation. It is important that students get the skills they need to reach his or her full potential and be career ready. We can help to ensure the province’s future success by doing the right thing today for our young people.
Let’s Play Together! A Guide for Parents of 4-Year Olds
As part of the Action Plan for Education, the Department is releasing Let’s Play Together! A Guide for Parents of 4-Year Olds. Designed to help families support their children’s early development through play, it contains tips for easy low- to no-cost activities that families can do together. Read the release / Communiqué.
Premier Stephen McNeil and Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Karen Casey announced today, April 7, that Brilliant Labs will open in all eight school boards across the province in September.