News releases from Education (July 1999 - March 2013) (Page 5)

Report Shows Education Investment Above Canadian Average

Education (July 1999 - March 2013)

Nova Scotia invests more of its resources in education than most other provinces, says a national report released today, Sept. 11.

Minister Welcomes Students Back to School, Op-ed

Education (July 1999 - March 2013)

Going back to school is an exciting time for students and families. Earlier this year, I introduced Kids and Learning First, our plan to help every student succeed. I have also been listening to parents and teachers and I recognize we must do things differently to help our students achieve better results.

Educating Youth About the Dangers of Prescription Drugs, Op-ed

Education (July 1999 - March 2013)

I know educating youth on the dangers of prescription drug use is a topic of interest in the Valley region. The province takes this issue very seriously, and addresses it in the classroom and through services available to students and their families.

Teachers Study Technology in the Classroom at Summer Institute

Education (July 1999 - March 2013)

More than 70 Nova Scotian teachers were in class this week learning about online resources and how to integrate technology more effectively into the classroom.

Province Invests in Sherbrooke Area Students

Education (July 1999 - March 2013)

The province is investing an additional $2.1 million to provide students in Sherbrooke, Guysborough Co., with a modern and effective learning environment.

Province Invests in Dartmouth Students

Education (July 1999 - March 2013)

The province is investing an additional $500,000 to improve learning opportunities for students in Dartmouth.

Nova Scotia Hosts Canadian Education Ministers

Education (July 1999 - March 2013)

Education Minister Ramona Jennex and Labour and Advanced Education Minister Marilyn More will discuss the challenges and opportunities facing schools, colleges and universities in the 21st century with their counterparts from across Canada this week.

Province Continues to Invest in Autism Support

Education (July 1999 - March 2013) / Health and Wellness

More Nova Scotian children living with autism have access to the support and services they need thanks to government's continued investment in their care.

Minister Officially Opens Guysborough SchoolsPlus Community Room

Education (July 1999 - March 2013)

Kids and families from Guysborough and its surrounding communities have more access to services and after school activities thanks to SchoolsPlus.

Province Invests in Annapolis Royal Area Students

Education (July 1999 - March 2013)

Students and families from Annapolis Royal and surrounding communities will have more learning opportunities, thanks to a $6.9 million investment from the province.

Province Invests in Clark's Harbour Area Students

Education (July 1999 - March 2013)

Students and families from Clark's Harbour and surrounding communities will have more learning opportunities thanks to a $4.7-million investment from the province.

Un nouveau crédit au secondaire encourage le leadership dans la communauté

Education (July 1999 - March 2013)

Les élèves du deuxième cycle du secondaire en Nouvelle-Écosse pourront obtenir un crédit pour leurs intérêts en matière de leadership et des arts à l'extérieur de l'école.

New High School Credit Promotes Leadership in Community

Education (July 1999 - March 2013)

Nova Scotian high school students will be able to earn a credit for pursuing their interests in leadership and the arts outside of school hours.

Minister Officially Opens Bluenose Academy

Education (July 1999 - March 2013)

Students and families from Lunenburg and surrounding areas are celebrating their new school in the heart of their community.

Minister Officially Opens Kings County Academy

Education (July 1999 - March 2013)

Students and families from the Kentville area are celebrating their new school in the heart of the community.

Des élèves honorés pour avoir fait une différence positive dans les écoles et les communautés

Education (July 1999 - March 2013)

Une élève de la 12e année qui fait la promotion de la justice sociale, un élève de la 4e année qui aide à recueillir des fonds pour la recherche sur le cancer et une élève de la 8e année qui partage ses traditions et ses valeurs font partie des récipiendaires des Prix du changement positif de la Nouvelle-Écosse cette année.

Students Honoured for Making Positive Difference in Schools, Communities

Education (July 1999 - March 2013)

A Grade 12 student promoting social justice, a Grade 4 student who helps raise funds for cancer research, and a Grade 8 student who shares her traditions and values are among this year's winners of Nova Scotia's Power of Positive Change Awards.

Province Maintaining Existing Food and Nutrition Policy

Education (July 1999 - March 2013)

The province is maintaining the existing food and nutrition policy for public schools.

Élèves invités à soumettre leurs idées sur la campagne contre la cyberintimidation

Education (July 1999 - March 2013)

Les élèves de toute la province auront la chance de contribuer à la création d'une campagne de sensibilisation à la cyberintimidation en soumettant leurs idées à ce sujet.

Province Asks For Students' Ideas For Cyberbullying Ad Campaign

Education (July 1999 - March 2013)

Students from across the province will have the chance to help create a cyberbullying awareness campaign by sharing their ideas about the problem.