• Event

    Thank you for an impactful Take Our Kids to Work Day!

    On November 14, 2018, Grade 9 students across Canada experienced a day in the life of a professional and explored the world of work!

  • Electronic Arts

    Electronic Arts gives Coding Quest students a chance to learn from the pros

    Through the new partnership, students in B.C. will have an opportunity to learn to problem-solve and apply critical thinking as they collaborate to build video games in their classrooms.

  • Programs

    Register now to run student programs in your classroom for the 2018-2019 school year!

    Registration for student programs is open for the school year! Learn more and register for our experiential learning programs running throughout the year.

  • Turning Points
    Programs

    2017-18 Turning Points Anthology published

    Turning Points enables students to open up about significant events or experiences in their lives through written expression. This year, The Learning Partnership received over 15,000 submissions. Congratulations to all those who submitted an essay!

Event

Thank you for an impactful Take Our Kids to Work Day!

Electronic Arts

Electronic Arts gives Coding Quest students a chance to learn from the pros

Programs

Register now to run student programs in your classroom for the 2018-2019 school year!

Programs

2017-18 Turning Points Anthology published

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

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

We leverage the best thinking from educators, business, and government to deliver experiential programs for students that cultivate entrepreneurial thinking and support social emotional learning. Since 1993, we have been helping build the foundations for students to solve tomorrow’s challenges.

Care deeply, challenge directly: reflections from an Outstanding Principal
October 16, 2018
Bonnie Hierlihy joins us on the blog to talk about how her role as a principal has been impacted by the Canada's Outstanding Principals program. The post is part of a series in celebration of National Principals' Month.
Take Our Kids to Work Day: CBRE builds advantage by nurturing next gen real estate leaders
October 24, 2018
CBRE shares how Take Our Kids to Work Day has impacted their employees as they strive to help young people get a jump start on building their career. Take Our Kids to Work Day is on Wednesday, November 14th!
Anti-bullying week – November 12th-16th
November 15, 2018
Anti-bullying week is an opportunity for parents, teachers and leaders in the education field to reflect on our existing policies and frameworks, and to ask ourselves what measures are we taking to ensure that students feel safe in and outside of the classroom.