We believe that students’ well-being will be enhanced and their academic achievement will improve when educators grow and improve in meeting the individual needs of learners.
The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development is inviting students to take part in completing the Student Success Survey, which was last completed in 2019. The survey asks children in Grade 4 to 12 about their thoughts, feelings, and experiences in school. The survey will be completed in classrooms
We are pleased to share with you our Regional Update for the month of March. As you’ll see, the theme of this month’s report is literacy. In the Regional Executive Director’s message, you’ll learn about a short and intensive literacy project for identified students in grades 1 & 2, aimed
The Nova Scotia Aspiring Leaders Program (ALP) is a professional learning program for teachers, mentors, department heads, and regional centre/board consultants who are interested in becoming effective school principals and/or vice principals. The program is offered by the Nova Scotia Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, in partnership with
Here’s our February Regional Update. Each month we create a report that shares stories from the last month highlighting student achievements, learning priorities, and regional goals. Inside this issue, you will find the folllowing articles and features: A number of highlights from African Heritage Month. How hosting an international student
To kick-off Nutrition Month 2021, the Tri-County Regional Centre for Education (TCRCE) has partnered with Nourish Nova Scotia to launch “Literally Nutritious.” The new virtual nutrition literacy program highlights simple and delicious slow cooker recipes for the whole family. “Literally Nutritious” is made possible with the assistance of a community