K-12 Review


On May 3, 2023, the Manitoba government released a one-year update on the implementation of the K to 12 Education Action Plan. As well, an updated French Immersion Program policy was launched to provide education leadership with the tools to support decision making and to guide conversations with educators, parents and students. 

On April 20, 2023, the Manitoba government launched new educational resources and guidelines to support Indigenous education and truth and reconciliation across Manitoba schools. The new resources, entitled Mamàhtawisiwin: The Wonder We Are Born With - Tools for Reflection, Planning and Reporting, provide school divisions with a framework to identify priority areas for funding and policy development, as well as professional learning for educators and school staff. It also provides a structure for planning and reporting on progress towards the building of Indigenous-inclusive school communities.

On April 28, 2022, the Manitoba Government launched launched Mamàhtawisiwin: The Wonder We Are Born With – An Indigenous Education Policy Framework. Mamàhtawisiwin is an important component of Manitoba’s K-12 Education Action Plan.

On April 20, 2022, the Manitoba Government launched the Manitoba K-12 Education Action Plan.

On October 6, 2021, the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba withdrew Bill 64, The Education Modernization Act.

In 2019, the Manitoba government announced the appointment of a nine-member Commission to undertake a comprehensive review of the province’s K-12 education system. Visit the Commission's website for information about its mandate and recommendations. Click here to download the Commission's Report.

Repository of submissions to the Commission

The association participated in the consultation process held throughout the province. On behalf of MSBA, the provincial executive submitted its brief to the Commission.