Saturday, December 15, 2018

Education

BC government creating new curriculum to bring more Indigenous perspectives into schools

โ€œThe new curriculum helps to ensure K-12 students learn Indigenous perspectives in all grades and subjects โ€“ from math to science to literature.โ€

Province creates new scholarship for women in STEM

10 women have received it so far, and 2 are from UVic!

B.C. students will have access to more extra curricular activities this year

Were you (or are you) part of any school clubs?
BC Legislature

Rallies about sexual orientation education at school happening in Victoria tomorrow

One group wants to keep the conversation about sexual orientation and gender identity out of classrooms - the other does not
Earthquake Drill Shake Out BC

Make sure to register for BC’s largest earthquake drill of the year

More than 3,000 earthquakes occur in BC each year

UVic working on plans to create marijuana smoking areas

Legalization is slated for October 17th

New dictionary released to preserve language of Saanich Peninsula First Nations

It took 40 years to put together 1500 pages of this Indigenous Vancouver Island language
Royal Roads Post-Secondary

B.C. government establishes new scholarship for Royal Roads students

The scholarship fund is part of a $12-million investment announced last month.
Cannabis Camosun College

Camosun College is now offering online cannabis classes

Required textbook = The Grow Bible ๐ŸŒฟ
Royal Roads Post-Secondary

Province looks at making post-secondary education more accessible in the West Shore

Royal Roads University just got $250,000 from the BC Government

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