Programs and Services
Action Plan to Improve JK-12 Student Outcomes in the NWT.
All research in the NWT requires a licence/permit from one of four agencies, depending on the type of research being conducted.
Supporting the development, maintenance and delivery of designated trade and occupation training programs in the NWT.
Arts, culture and heritage are central to the vitality and identity of the NWT. Cultures and history are connected to the land, and reflected through place names, artifacts, art work, and records.
Delivered through regional ECE Service Centres, ECE provides labour market programs and services for individuals, employers, organizations and communities.
Early learning and child care is a priority for the Government of the Northwest Territories, and vitally important for the healthy development of all children in the NWT.
Recognizes those who have provided exemplary service or made a lasting impression to the field of education in the NWT.
A comprehensive 10-year initiative focused on reviewing and renewing the K-12 education system in the Northwest Territories.
Serving the needs of NWT employers and employees by providing information and education on employment rights and responsibilities.
Providing French language services to the NWT including translation, Services TNO, community liaison, and more.
Find information about current capital projects and annual school reports, plans, and budgets.
Information on immigrating to the Northwest Territories including the NWT Nominee Program.
Providing financial assistance to Northerners to help meet basic and enhanced needs.
The Indigenous Languages and Education Secretariat enhances the revitalization and protection of Indigenous languages throughout the NWT.
Click here to access curriculum and documents for JK - Grade 12, including our new residential school system document.
An optional program for parents to enroll their 4 and 5 year old children into free, play-based childcare in all 33 communities across the Northwest Territories.
A list of licensed early learning and child care programs in the Northwest Territories.
Improving NWT residents literacy and related skills including reading, writing, numeracy, problem solving and critical thinking.