Programs and Services
The GNWT has established an Indigenous Languages and Education Secretariat to enhance 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.
Improving NWT residents literacy and related skills including reading, writing, numeracy, problem solving and critical thinking.
Directory and information on licensed day homes and day cares in the Northwest Territories.
Access information about NWT Libraries here including borrow by mail, link to online catalogue, etc. and answers to all your frequently asked questions.
Thinking about moving to the NWT to teach? Click here for information and links to help you with your decision.
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A page dedicated to providing new and prospective teachers with access to useful links and documents.
Supporting the healthy development of all Northwest Territories children in their early years.
Improving employment success for NWT residents, closing skill gaps for in-demand jobs, and responding to employer needs.
Creating awareness that bullying is not acceptable, and that more students and people are standing up to bullying.
Providing financial assistance to eligible NWT residents to assist with postsecondary education-related expenses.
Tracking enrolment information for NWT students and providing services including providing transcripts and printing diplomas.