• Programs

    National Invention Convention

    The first-ever, all-virtual National Invention Convention runs June 1 – 11. Join the fun and celebrate student innovators!

  • Programs

    Inventor Mentor Q&A

    Inventor Mentors offer tips, advice, ideas and inspiration to students taking part in the National Invention Convention. Check out their Q&As.

  • Blog

    Social-emotional health during COVID-19

    Social-emotional health during COVID-19: Our Education Leadership series continues with timely, relevant articles by and for educators. Read them all here.

  • News

    Resilience & Renewal in 2020

    In 2020, The Learning Partnership, students, educators, partners and funders met COVID-19 disruptions with innovation, resilience and creativity. Read more in our 2020 Annual Report.

Programs

National Invention Convention

Programs

Inventor Mentor Q&A

Blog

Social-emotional health during COVID-19

News

Resilience & Renewal in 2020

The Learning Partnership is a Canadian charity that prepares students to thrive in a diverse, connected and changing world.

The Learning Partnership is a registered Canadian charity that brings together business, educators and strategic partners to design and deliver innovation education programs focused on early learners in schools across Canada

Our programs build the essential skills and competencies needed in tomorrow’s leaders, innovators and problem solvers. They enhance provincial curricula, are aligned with Canada’s innovation agenda, and are made available to students, parents and educators through the generous support of our education sector partners and funding from corporate, government, foundation and private donors.

Speak up!
October 20, 2020
SAFE Work Manitoba shares some startling research about young workers’ willingness to take on unacceptable risks to get a job. Learn more about their findings and how parents and educators can support students entering the workforce on their right to a safe workplace.
Girls Who Code (and the women who inspire them)
March 08, 2020
Inclusion and representation still matter for girls in technology. Read more about how Capital One is breaking stereotypes and opening up options for girls (and boys) to code.
Our energy is our people
October 27, 2020
Toronto Hydro, a long-time host to Grade 9 students on Take Our Kids to Work Day, has shared a ton of great video content about exciting careers in skilled trades, engineering, information technology, finance, regulatory & legal services, HR and communications.