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Canadian education boasts of high academic standards and quality. Young minds benefit from a public school system that is responsive and world-class. International students prefer higher education here because of the lower tuition rates compared to other countries like the United States and the United Kingdom. Read on to learn more reasons why Canadian academic credentials are highly regarded all over the world.


Quick Facts

  • The province is investing $1.323 billion in public school divisions for the 2018/19 school year. This is an increase of $6.6 million from the previous year. Public school education is free for elementary and secondary. Post-secondary education (college or university) is partially funded.
  • Canada is one of the most educated countries in the world. In 2015, 90 percent of people in Canada aged 25 to 64 had at least completed high school, and 66 percent had obtained a post-secondary educational credential.
  • Canada is home to nearly half a million international students (2018).

Education Articles by Topic

Newest Education Articles

Finding the right school for your child

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For most parents, where they take their children to school largely depends on where they live. Children are accepted to… Read more »

7 steps to prepare your child for the start of school

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And just like that, summer is over and it’s back to school! Whether it’s their first time or they’re returning,… Read more »

What to do when your child is being bullied: 5 effective steps

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Newcomers with young children who are being bullied may find it hard to complain to school authorities. First, language may… Read more »

Entering college or university in Manitoba? Here are the steps you should take

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Post-secondary education in Canada is the tertiary level of education. It is the next level after completion of high school… Read more »

Recent Education Articles, CLB3-4

Finding the right school for your child

children and teacher in a classroom

For most parents, where they take their children to school largely depends on where they live. Children are accepted to… Read more »

7 steps to prepare your child for the start of school

pens, pencils, notebooks, mobile phone, back pack and sneakers

And just like that, summer is over and it’s back to school! Whether it’s their first time or they’re returning,… Read more »

Top 5 tips for preparing your kids’ school lunches

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Preparing food that are healthy and nutritious and most importantly, appetizing for kids is one of our major concerns. Every… Read more »

Preparing your child for a new school

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Starting school can be a stressful event in your child’s life. More so for a child starting at a new school, in… Read more »

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Idiom Set: School & Learning

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In this idioms set you’ll find Canadian idioms relating to back-to-school, reading and learning. Click on each lesson for cool… Read more »

Education

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Are you or your child involved in the education system in Manitoba? This course contains workshops designed for students of… Read more »

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