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Provincial Curriculum Development and Engagement Opportunities

Stakeholder Engagement Survey
Alberta Education continues to engage education partners - including teachers, parents, students and the broader community - about the development of future provincial programs of study to ensure it prepares young Albertans for success.
We are requesting your support and feedback as we move into the next stage of our curriculum development work.
Why Participation Matters
The Alberta government is committed to developing a provincial curriculum so that children may have the best start in life to prepare for rewarding careers in a diversified and global economy and society. The broad based engagement is an opportunity for the many voices of Albertans and stakeholders across the province to provide valued input into the provincial curriculum development process.
The feedback collected by this survey is one source of data that will be used to help shape new curriculum in the six subject areas of Language Arts (English, Français, French), Social Studies, Mathematics, Sciences, Arts, and Wellness Education. Alberta Education will also be looking at literature reviews, analysis of our current curriculum, research on student learning, what other jurisdictions from around the world are doing and previous work with our stakeholders, such as curriculum development prototyping.

Current Open Sessions:

May 16th--Wild Rose School Division held at Frank Maddock High School, Max Center, 4801-43 St. Drayton Valley AB 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm.  General public welcome.

May 16th--Star Catholic held at St. Augustine School, Room 129, 5520-45 Ave. Crescent, Ponoka AB--6:00 pm to 7:30 pm.  General public welcome.

If you are a teacher, check with your jurisdiction leaders for closed sessions within your jurisdiction.