Manitoba

Don't log off yet — remote learning is here to stay

One year after upwards of 210,000 students across Manitoba got an abrupt lesson in distance education, the province says online learning is "here to stay."
The province's Better Education Starts Today (BEST) strategy includes information about continued online learning beyond the end of the pandemic. (Ivanoh Demers/Radio-Canada)

One year after upwards of 210,000 students across Manitoba got an abrupt lesson in distance education, the province says online learning is "here to stay."

Last week, among a stack of 500 pages that were made public, including the contents of the Education Modernization Act, K-12 review, and the province's Better Education Starts Today (BEST) strategy, is a list of provincial takeaways from the last 12 months in COVID-19 pandemic learning.

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