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Manitoba Funding 18 New, Expanded Classrooms

June 5, 2015 2:19 PM | News


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WINNIPEG — Manitoba’s NDP government is spending $11.9 million to build and renovate 18 classrooms in four school divisions across the province.

The move is an effort to reduce kindergarten to Grade 3 class sizes province-wide and give more students individual time with their teachers.

École Lorette Immersion in the Seine River School Division is receiving funding to add three new classrooms.

Other divisions receiving funding are the Hanover and Interlake school divisions, as well as the Division scolaire franco-manitobaine, which is receiving funding for projects in three of its schools.

— Staff