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Government proclaims World Teachers’ Day
The Province has officially declared Oct. 5, 2017, as World Teachers’ Day in British Columbia to celebrate the outstanding contributions of educators throughout the province.
Seismic upgrade coming to Campus View Elementary
More than 400 students in Victoria will soon be attending a seismically safe school, Minister of Education Rob Fleming announced today.
Supporting student safety in Quesnel
Quesnel’s grade 8 and 9 students will soon be learning in a safer, more secure environment by moving to Maple Drive Junior school.
Sign your children up today for the B.C. Training and Education Savings Grant
Making education more affordable for families is a key focus of Education Savings Week.
British Columbia celebrates International Education Week
Melanie Mark, Minister of Advanced Education, Skills and Training and Rob Fleming, Minister of Education have issued the following statement in recognition of International Education Week, Nov. 13-17:
Investing in education leaders helps students succeed
B.C. students are among the best in the world, thanks in part to strong leadership in schools throughout the province, and now government is strengthening that leadership so students continue to succeed.
Keeping students safer in Richmond
More than 700 students can now look forward to attending a safer school in Richmond.
Local election reforms take big money out of politics
Campaign finance reforms announced today by the British Columbia government will limit the influence of big money on local elections, putting people at the centre of community politics and decisions.
Standing up for inclusion
The following is a statement from Minister of Education Rob Fleming, B.C. Teachers' Federation, CUPE BC, School Superintendents' Association, B.C. School Trustees' Association, B.C. Principals and Vice-Principals' Association, B.C. Association of School Business Officials, Federation of Independent School Associations and B.C. Confederation of Parent Advisory Councils:
New curriculum transition extended for graduation years
Teachers, school districts and post-secondary institutions will have one more year to prepare for the implementation of the new Grade 11-12 curriculum, Education Minister Rob Fleming announced today.  

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