Education

B.C. schools Zoom to online education amid COVID-19

K-12 educators will receive access this month, up to individual districts whether they use it or not

 

Vancouver Island teachers show the love for their students

Virtual message meant to give families hope in uncertain times

 

Association launches French-language games, online tools for families learning at home

Games, culture and vocabulary included in new virtual resources

 

COVID-19: Access school resources with new virtual education hub

Shaw and EVERFI create online learning resource for Canadian youth

B.C. teacher gets lifetime ban for sending sexual messages to Grade 7, 8 students

Taylor Arthur Attrill never allowed to be a teacher in B.C. again

Coronavirus cancels all international school trips for Cowichan students

Frances Kelsey students’ London trip grounded

Calling young innovators! #YIS2020 wants your big ideas for a better tomorrow!

Submit your 30-second selfie video before April 30!

  • Mar 2, 2020

Teachers wear red Friday for National Day of Public Education

The day ends with a rally at Minister of Education’s office

‘Racist’ MP’s name removed from Port Alberni school

School District 70 board votes to retain the name Ucluelet Secondary School

Former B.C. teacher who sexually exploited student sentenced to two more years

Bradley Furman, a former Mount Boucherie teacher, was sentenced to 38 months total

Robots roll into Journey Middle School

Gear Bot Jamboree sets the stage for B.C. wide competition

B.C. mom says parents pressured her to keep child at home due to coronavirus fears

The parent says her husband visited China, and other parents feared the coronavirus

Anti-francophone graffiti condemned at Vancouver Island school

Spray-painted expletives were found at Ecole au-cœur-de-l’île

LETTER: We need to thank those who work in public education

Andrea Sinclair is president of the BC Parent Advisory Councils

  • Jan 29, 2020

Alberta panel suggests schools ‘balance’ lessons about climate change, oilsands

Panel also recommends social studies include importance of natural resources to province’s economy

Camosun student starts bursary program for low-income students

The Jor-Dawn Smith Bursary will go to one Greater Victoria graduate in spring 2020

Camosun students, Royal BC Museum to bring Victorian funeral rituals to life

Free with museum admission or membership

  • Nov 22, 2019

Supplemental information for SD63 students circulates as strike appears close to end

Letters were sent to families of SD63 students late last week

  • Nov 17, 2019

SD63 teachers take the strike to Lana Popham’s doorstep

Teachers rally outside the local MLA’s office to show support for support staff

  • Nov 14, 2019

POLL: Do you support CUPE workers in their dispute with School District 63?

SD63 schools to remain closed as strike continues Tuesday

  • Nov 12, 2019