Locate early childhood education resources. Learn about K-12 education early learning and schools. Find post secondary education support and program information, including student loans and the Graduate Retention Program.
Bullying affects all of us. Learn about what you can do and about Saskatchewan's Action Plan.
Saskatchewan students, teachers and families celebrate student success stories and the remarkable work being done by our education professionals who support them.
Students in Saskatchewan have many choices when it comes to their post-secondary education. When you make decisions about your post-secondary studies, there are several things you should consider.
Information, forms, and resources to support education professionals, institutions, school administrators.
Find information on partnerships, initiatives and programs to support the education of First Nations and Métis students in Saskatchewan.
Eligible students can apply to receive a tuition tax credit of up to $20,000 on their income tax.
Find information for Saskatchewan students wanting to study abroad and for students from outside of Canada who want to study here.
Learn how to access public libraries and services available throughout Saskatchewan.
Learn about the number of literacy programs available to Saskatchewan citizens that encourage a highly-educated province and skilled workforce.
Learn how the Government of Saskatchewan and the 28 school divisions across the province work together to ensure all students are successful.
Find out what scholarships, bursaries and grants are available for students in Saskatchewan.
Learn how your provincial education system is putting students first while meeting the needs of communities and targets from the Plan for Growth.
If you're applying to a university, college, or technical institute, you may be eligible for financial assistance through one of our student loan programs. Find out your funding options, eligibility, and how to apply.
Information on Saskatchewan universities and colleges, including information on interprovincial training agreements.