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Essential Learning (February 2014)
With this paper, MASS is interested in playing a significant role in advancing the conversation around essential learning.
Manitoba Public Education: A View to the Future (March 2013)
Manitoba has a unique heritage and rich intellectual history due in large part to the contributions and achievements of Aboriginal people.
Mental Health Framework for Students (September 2012)
MASS believes there is an urgent need to address the social and emotional health of children and youth in a planned, integrated, and holistic way.
Building an Assessment Future with Purpose in Mind
Part 1: Assessment for and of Learning (2007) articulates the need for educational leaders to balance practices related to assessment of learning and assessment for learning in order to improve opportunities for learning in all Manitoba classrooms.
Part 2: Effective Communication about Student Learning (2009) highlights the many dimensions that affect communicating about student learning including being clear about the desired outcomes and criteria for success and the importance of informing a range of partners about student learning.
Early Childhood Education and Care (November 2007)
MASS has taken note of a growing body of research that indicates that systemic Early Childhood Education and Care programs provide substantial long-term benefits for both individuals and societies.
A Framework for Superintendent and Board Evaluation (March 2008)
MASS and MAST in this document describe the roles of boards and superintendents, providing a framework for evaluation of both.
Equity in Education (June 2016)