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22 February 2016 
Tell Me a Story is a Government of Nunavut program that provides books to babies.
12 February 2016 
The student-educator ratios (SER) for 2016-17 show an increase of ten teaching positions overall in Nunavut, but there are fluctuations from community to community.
25 January 2016 
Students from six communities, who could not write their English Language Arts 30 1 Part A and 30 2 Part A final exam on January 13, 2016, because of weather conditions, will write these exams in April 2016.
20 January 2016 
Family Literacy Day is held annually on January 27 to raise awareness about the importance of reading and engaging in literacy-related activities as a family.
21 December 2015 
The Department of Education has moved forward with its plan to have all grade 12 departmental exams constitute 30 per cent of students’ final mark in a course.
05 October 2015 
This year, Nunavut Education Week is from October 5 to 9, 2015.
15 September 2015 
The Government of Nunavut appreciates the outpouring of support the staff and students of Peter Pitseolak School have received in response to the devastating loss of their school in Cape Dorset, after the fire on September 6, 2015.
07 September 2015 
Shortly after 1:30 a.m. on September 6, 2015, the Cape Dorset Fire Department was called to the scene of a fire at the Peter Pitseolak High School. The fire burned through the night and the school was completely destroyed.
07 September 2015 
After a fire completely destroyed Peter Pitseolak High School, on September 6, 2015, Department of Education and Cape Dorset school officials are drawing up contingency plans so high school students can go back to school.
12 August 2015 
See a list of school start dates across Nunavut.