CDI Colleges Across Canada
CDI has locations across Canada in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec.
Saskatoon Public School Division
Saskatoon Public Schools is one of the two largest school divisions in the province. We operate 44 elementary and 9 secondary schools, serve approximately 20,000 students, and employ over 2,400 professional and support staff. We are open to all children and youth so they may discover, develop and act upon their potential, thereby enriching their lives and our community.
Saskatoon Catholic Board of Education
Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools is Saskatchewan's largest Catholic school division. We serve 15,200 students in 44 schools located in Saskatoon, Humboldt, Biggar and Viscount. The division employs approximately 1,800 people who work as teaching, service and support staff.
écoles francophones de la Saskatoon
L'École canadienne-française est la seule école francophone à Saskatoon. Nous offrons des services du préscolaire à la 12e année. Que ce soit en français, en anglais, en espagnol, dans les sciences, dans les mathématiques, dans les arts, dans les sports, dans les habiletés sociales ou en informatique, nos élèves sont au rendez-vous.
Saskatoon Misbah School
Saskatoon Misbah School is guided by the Quran and Sunnah according to the methodology of the people of the Sunnah and Jama'ah.
The University of Saskatchewan
The University of Saskatchewan offers 58 degrees, diplomas, and certificates in over 100 areas and disciplines.
Ministry of Education
The Ministry provides leadership and direction to the early learning and child care, Kindergarten through Grade 12 education, literacy, and library sectors. The Ministry supports the sectors through funding, governance, and accountability, with a focus on improving student achievement.
Briercrest Family of Schools
Briercrest College is an important source of workers for Canadian evangelical churches, missions' agencies, and para-church organizations.
College of Agriculture and Bioresources
The faculty complement filling strategic target areas within the area of food and bioproducts, undergraduate and graduate students have access to one of the best interdisciplinary educational and research opportunities offered from a research-intensive university in Canada.
Cumberland Regional College
Cumberland Regional College offers personal and professional training and education in a variety of areas: Basic Education, literacy, university, agriculture, business, health, technology and personal growth.
First Nations University of Canada
The First Nations University of Canada is an independently clicksistered university that offers education in an environment of First Nations' cultural affirmation.
North West Regional College
North West Regional College offers a unique blend of programming, tailored to meet the needs of north west Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan Post Secondary Education
Working in collaboration with a wide range of sector partners to plan, develop, deliver and implement post-secondary education and training programs and services.
St. Thomas More College
St. Thomas More College (STM) is a Catholic liberal arts undergraduate college, federated with the University of Saskatchewan (UofS).
Association of Canadian Community Colleges
The Association of Canadian Community Colleges (ACCC) is the national, voluntary membership organization created in 1972 to represent colleges and institutes to government, business and industry, both in Canada and internationally.
Education and Research Links to Journalism organizations.
Independent Schools Network
Independent Schools Canada is a public information service sponsored by Canadian Hallmarks Institute (CHI) and several provincial organizations of independent schools in Canada.
Programme for International Student Assessment
PISA is a project of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) designed to provide policy-oriented international indicators of the skills and knowledge of 15-year-old students. Three literacy domains are being assessed in PISA: Reading, Mathematics, and Science.
The Council of Ministers of Education
The Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC) is an intergovernmental body founded in 1967 by ministers of education to serve as a forum to discuss policy issues,
a mechanism through which to undertake activities, projects, and initiatives in areas of mutual interest.