LEARN SERVES AS AN ONLINE RESOURCE FOR ANGLOPHONE STUDENTS THROUGHOUT QUEBEC
Created 12 years ago and aligned with Quebec’s educational curriculum, the nonprofit organization offers students with English schooling eligibility a wealth of free resources and educational services for lifelong learning and academic success. (The Gazette)
LEARN: ON CUTTING EDGE OF EDUCATIONAL INNOVATION
Established in 2005 with a view to assuring that the Anglophone community of Quebec received the resources and services needed in the implementation of the new curriculum, LEARN is now a recognized leader in the field of educational innovation. (The Suburban)
LBPSB TEAMS UP WITH PARTNERS TO OFFER ACCENTQUEBEC.COM
The Lester B. Pearson School Board has recently teamed up with various actors in the educational field, including Canadian Parents for French — Projet Quebec, Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages and LEARN to offer a new bilingual virtual platform to help students and parents currently enrolled in FSL (French Second Language) courses. (The Suburban)
ACCENT QUEBEC PRESS RELEASE
A truly collaborative effort, AccentQuebec.com was developed to raise awareness of the culture of Francophone Quebec society by encouraging the active and committed participation of young Anglophones from Quebec in their community.
Montreal is hosting the 22nd RoboCup International Competition and Symposium at the Palais des congrès from June 18 to June 22. LEARN is honoured to be a partner of RoboCup Montreal.
MNA Député de Sainte-Rose- Parliamentary Assistant to the Premier for Relations with English-Speaking Quebecers, Mr. Christopher Skeete visits LEARN
"This is the Next Step in Education"
LEARN was thrilled to have received a visit from Christopher Skeete - Député de Sainte-Rose on February 1, 2019, at our corporate head office in Laval.
Mr. Christopher Skeete experienced one of our online classes for SN4 Math and interacted with LEARN online teacher Peggy Drolet and her virtual classroom. He also participated in our Open Creative Space Day with teachers from school boards across the province of Quebec. Here's what he had to say about the online classes: "This, for me, is the next step in education. Technology like this guarantees our presence and guarantees our ability to learn in English, so this is very cool."
Take a look at some of the photos and a video clip of MNA Christopher Skeete’s visit: