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Students across Canada got a glimpse of career choices for Take Our Kids to Work Day!

Grade 9 students across Canada spent a day in the life of various professionals yesterday, as part of The Learning Partnership’s Take Our Kids to Work Day.

Hundreds of thousands of students across Canada got an early look into the world of work, as they spent the day job-shadowing professionals across a range of organizations.

The Learning Partnership would like to thank national program partner Scotiabank, and all participating students, organizations and school boards for making Take Our Kids to Work Day an outstanding success!
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The Learning Partnership is pleased to announce the support of Salesforce.org to expand coding in Canadian classrooms through Coding Quest.  
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The Learning Partnership is pleased to join the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada in celebrating Financial Literacy Month this November. We are also honoured to have our Save the Camp! mobile and web app featured at the National Conference on Financial Literacy.
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Collaborating on early learning with First Nations communities
Our Welcome to Kindergarten team in BC were honoured to visit two First Nations communities to share stories and learn from each other about early learning, parent involvement, and values and traditions of life in small communities.
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