Twice as many College of the Rockies students can rest their heads on more affordable, on-campus beds when a new student-housing complex opens in 2020.
Eight hundred and six former youth in care are now accessing post-secondary education and skills training through the Provincial Tuition Waiver Program, an increase of 326% since government launched the program.
New skills training and employment programs throughout B.C. will soon be available for survivors of violence and abuse.
Students in British Columbia are getting more affordable post-secondary education, and instructors are benefiting from high-quality, innovative teaching materials, because of an investment in open education resources (OER).
Hundreds more bursaries will be offered to early childhood educators (ECEs), and those wanting to pursue a career in child care, as part of the Province’s commitment to create a universal child care system in B.C.
The Province is providing $1.5 million to develop a full business case for expanding post-secondary education opportunities for students living on Greater Victoria's West Shore.
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