Two people were recently appointed to the Grande Prairie Regional College board of directors.
During the same 10-year period, the University of Lethbridge saw enrolment increase by 747 students, a 9.1% increase, but only 30 new employees, a 2.6% increase.
Last week, the UCP cabinet gave Newman Theological College the ability to grant degrees.
Last week, the Alberta government announced a working group to “engage the federal government to get Alberta’s post-secondary institutions their fair share of research dollars.”
The province promised an additional $118 million in funding to help school boards deal with COVID-19 adjustments. Here’s why it’s still not enough.
Two people were recently appointed to the Olds College board of directors, including a former cabinet minister under Stephen Harper.
Two days ago, Alberta’s lieutenant governor approved a recommendation from Adriana LaGrange to reduce the mill rates on the education portion of property taxes. A tax reduction seems like a good idea, but there’s something you should know.
Yesterday, the minister of advanced education announced that the hiring of a private consulting firm to lead out on the new Alberta 2030 initiative.
Last week, Adriana LaGrange, Alberta’s education minister, announced that the provincial government would spend $5 million to help build 26 new school playgrounds.
I recently acquired the following email from Adriana LaGrange, the education minister, indicating that MLAs were being ignored in high school graduation ceremonies.