The B.C. government and the government of Spain are working together to promote and create English-Spanish bilingual school programs for B.C. students.
Education Minister Mike Bernier welcomed news that B.C. students have earned some of the best outcomes against their peers in the 2015 Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA).
More than 60 teachers from the Lower Mainland gathered at the Microsoft Centre of Excellence in downtown Vancouver to learn basic coding techniques from some of the best instructors in the industry – all to make sure B.C. students have the skills they need to succeed in today’s changing world.
Students, families and the francophone community are benefiting from a structurally safe and upgraded school, with work now complete on the $2.8-million l’École Côte-du-Soleil school seismic mitigation project.
Up to 16 British Columbians in Houston are receiving the training they need for jobs in their community, thanks to a federal-provincial partnership under the Canada-B.C. Job Fund Agreement.
Students, teachers and staff now have a state-of-the-art school to call home, following the completion of the $16.5-million seismic replacement of General Gordon Elementary in Kitsilano.
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