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Premier Horgan removes roadblocks to Adult Basic Education and English Language Learning programs
The British Columbia government is eliminating tuition fees on Adult Basic Education (ABE) and English Language Learning (ELL) programs, opening the door for tens of thousands of people to upgrade their education and skills every year.
Province funds final Delta seismic project
Every student in the Delta School District will soon be learning in a seismically safe school, thanks to a $1.6-million investment to upgrade Gibson Elementary.
The Province provides $500,000 to support readers
Children and families throughout B.C. will continue to benefit from innovative literacy programs in their community thanks to a provincial investment of $500,000 to support this year’s Raise-a-Reader campaign.
Dianne Turner appointed special advisor for the Vancouver Board of Education
Education Minister Rob Fleming has appointed Dianne Turner as special advisor to the Vancouver Board of Education (SD 39). 
Project Literacy wins Canadian Premiers’ award
British Columbia’s oldest independent literacy organization is being awarded the Council of the Federation Literacy Award today, International Literacy Day, for its work to develop literacy skills and build community ties throughout the Central Okanagan Region.
Gearing up for a new school year
As over 640,000 students return to classrooms throughout B.C., there are many resources available to ease the transition back to school for both students and their families.
Education by the numbers
The following facts provide a snapshot of British Columbia’s education system.
Byelection called to restore Vancouver School Board
Saying it’s time to restore the voice of Vancouver parents and citizens in how their schools are run, Education Minister Rob Fleming has announced a board of education byelection for Oct. 14, 2017.
Agreement funding allocations confirmed for school districts
Government has confirmed over $355 million in funding allocations for all 60 school districts to restore class size and composition language under the agreement with the British Columbia Teachers' Federation (BCTF).
Students benefit from enhanced Asia Pacific studies
Additional resources in Asia Pacific studies are coming soon to schools throughout the province, thanks to a new partnership between the Ministry of Education and the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada (APF Canada).

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