• Programs

    The new Coding Quest! Teach Gr 1-8 students to code!

    Teachers, the new and improved Coding Quest is HERE! Live-streamed, virtual training to teach Gr 1-8 students to code. Suited to virtual, blended on in-person delivery and available in Fr/En at no cost to teachers in Canada. Sign up today and get ready for September!

  • Karen Hudson
    Blog

    A sea change for Black students in Halifax

    When the Class of 2021 returns to Auburn Drive High School this September, it will include a cohort of students who’ve been part of the groundbreaking Africentric curriculum since Grade 9.

  • Blog

    Ways of Knowing: Creating connections

    Indigenous Education Consultant Reona Brass (Prairie Valley School Division, Treaty 4 territory) talks about the importance of interrogating the past and building alliances for the future through curriculum development and meaningful engagement motivated by the Truth & Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action.

  • Chris
    Blog

    Future Ready Learning in New Brunswick

    Tricia Berry’s mandate when she joined NB’s Dept of Education & ECD was to do no less than transform career education across the province to the latest international best practices. Here’s how she and her colleagues went about doing it.

Programs

The new Coding Quest! Teach Gr 1-8 students to code!

Blog

A sea change for Black students in Halifax

Blog

Ways of Knowing: Creating connections

Blog

Future Ready Learning in New Brunswick

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.

Celebrating community volunteers
April 14, 2020
Ali Soheil finds connection and meaning beyond his expectations as a BMO Entrepreneurial Adventure business mentor
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.
THIS IS US: COVID-19 creates opportunities for 'inclusive innovation'
June 15, 2020
Luc Lerminiaux writes about how teamwork has been transformative and how new opportunities for equity and inclusion emerged as some of the "unintended benefits" of making the switch to virtual ways of knowing and teaching.