The Ministry of Education is collecting feedback from educational stakeholder groups regarding the proposed Graduation Program.
Full program details are available in the B.C. Graduation Program: Implementation Guide on the Ministry website. Please provide feedback through the online survey or directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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There are 19 questions in this survey. As a reference, you can refer to the pdf list of the questions before completing the online questionnaire.
This survey will remain open until 4:00 p.m. on Monday April 30, 2018.
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In a recent editorial, Education Minister, Rob Fleming, proposed that the new BCEd curriculum is necessary in order to prepare students for an unknown world, and for jobs that haven’t been invented yet: “Kindergarten students today will graduate into a world that is vastly different from the one we know now. In order for them to be successful, we need to teach them to never stop learning, embrace technology, and develop skills that are valuable to every career — communication, collaboration and critical thinking." This seems to be the same, tired script that every politician, bureaucrat, education partner, school administrator and District Superintendent reads from. But what is interesting is that we now have the Minister himself pushing the very product that he’s in charge of selling.
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