The NWT's travel restrictions during the Covid-19 pandemic may mean more teachers than usual leave the North and don't come back in September, one MLA fears.
Last week, the Yukon introduced a daycare subsidy. Now, MLAs in the NWT are asking the territorial government to do the same.
The NWT's Aurora College says it plans to offer "most programs and courses face-to-face" in the 2021-2022 academic year.
"February and March can be a tough slog," northern charity Inclusion NWT declared as it launched a new winter parenting guide. The charity wants your tips, too.
Yellowknife Catholic Schools superintendent Simone Gessler received this year's distinguished service award from the NWT Superintendents’ Association’s.
"It's important to note that some residential school students had positive experiences," an NWT teachers' guide states. We examined how the guide was developed.
The NWT Literacy Council has a range of activities for families to travel the world from home on National Family Literacy Day, January 27.
Cindi Vaselenak, a veteran superintendent with more than 30 years' experience as an Alberta educator, will be YK1's new superintendent from August.
Fort Simpson's elementary and high schools currently share a principal. That'll change in January as a result of the strain being placed on education leaders.
The GNWT will soon stop funding many residents' isolation centre stays. On Friday, the territory said returning students' stays would continue to be covered.
Knitting, Italian, Bollywood dance fitness, and even a class on tomato plants. Registration for City of Yellowknife winter programming opens on Monday.
RCMP were called to Yellowknife's Mildred Hall School on Wednesday afternoon. The school said students were briefly kept in classrooms over a hallway incident.