News releases from Education and Early Childhood Development (Page 27)

Plus grande protection pour les victimes de cyberintimidation

Justice / Education and Early Childhood Development

Les victimes de cyberintimidation ont maintenant plus de ressources alors que la Nouvelle-Écosse devient chef de file au pays avec de nouvelles lois sur la cybersécurité.

Province Offers More Protection for Cyberbullying Victims

Justice / Education and Early Childhood Development

Victims of cyberbullying now have more places to turn as Nova Scotia leads the country with new cyber-safety laws.

Registration Open for Anti-Bullying Workshops

Education and Early Childhood Development

Students, families and others who have signed up to learn how to reduce bullying, build relationships and enjoy the province's anti-bullying leadership conference can now register for workshops.

EDUfest Puts Teachers in the Classroom

Education and Early Childhood Development

Teachers from across the province are heading back to the classroom this summer to prepare for the school year ahead.

Construction Begins on New West Highlands Elementary School

Education and Early Childhood Development

Students and families in Amherst will soon have a brand new elementary school that will bring more resources and opportunities to the classroom and the community.

Students Benefit from Upgraded Classrooms

Education and Early Childhood Development

Students at Rocky Lake Junior High in Bedford will have new Family Studies and Technology Education labs, thanks to provincial funding.

New Director of Mi'kmaq Education

Education and Early Childhood Development

Nova Scotia's aboriginal students and their communities will receive more support as the Mi'kmaq Liaison Office welcomes its new director, Wyatt White.

Province Invests in Spryfield Youth

Education and Early Childhood Development

High school students in the Spryfield area will have a greater chance to succeed in school, graduate and pursue post-secondary opportunities, thanks to provincial funding for Chebucto Connections’ Pathways to Education program.

Research Pilot Project to Boost Student Learning, Deliver Results

Education and Early Childhood Development

The province is testing a new online resource to help students and families improve learning and be more successful in mathematics.

New Glasgow Academy Construction Officially Begins

Education and Early Childhood Development

Families in the New Glasgow area are another step closer to an exciting new P-8 school that will benefit students and the community for years to come.

Le comité d'examen des écoles invite les commentaires du public

Education and Early Childhood Development

On demande aux Néo-Écossais d'aider un comité dans le cadre de la rédaction d'un document de travail qui mènera à un nouveau processus d'étude des écoles.

School Review Committee Seeks Public Input

Education and Early Childhood Development

Nova Scotians are being asked to assist a committee preparing a discussion paper that will lead to a new school review process.

Expansion de l'accès aux services et des programmes parascolaires

Education and Early Childhood Development

L'expansion du programme ÉcolesPlus aidera des centaines d'élèves et de familles supplémentaires à accéder à des services de santé, des ressources d'apprentissage et des programmes parascolaires.

Student Access to Services, After School Programs Expands

Education and Early Childhood Development

An expanding initiative will help hundreds more students and families access health services, learning resources and after-school programs.

School Review Chair Named

Education and Early Childhood Development

A former deputy minister will chair a committee developing a new school review process that meets the needs of students, families and communities.

Book Teaches Determination, Inclusion, Overcoming Challenges

Education and Early Childhood Development

Nova Scotia students are reading about Rick Hansen's 43,000-kilometre world tour in a new book, Roll On: Rick Hansen Wheels Around the World.

Minister Comments on Discipline from Taping Incident

Education and Early Childhood Development

Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Ramona Jennex thanked the Halifax Regional School Board today, May 24, for its quick action after an incident at a Bedford school last week.

Minister Upset About Incident at Bedford School

Education and Early Childhood Development

Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Ramona Jennex was upset about an alleged incident at Bedford South School in Bedford.

Celebrating Music Monday with Students, Stars, Astronauts

Education and Early Childhood Development

Music Monday, an annual event celebrating music education, is being recognized across the province today, May 6.

More Learning Options for High School Students

Education and Early Childhood Development

Young gymnasts at the Halifax ALTA Gymnastics Club learned today, May 1, that their participation in activities and programs outside of school hours can now count toward a high school credit.