This category includes province-level educational institutions, programs, and opportunities as well as other educational resources specific to the province as a whole. Note that PTA is a locally approved acronym in this category. It stands for Parents/Teachers Association.
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Atlantic Business College
Provides technology-based business training for high school graduates, or equivalent. Lists courses, requirements, locations, applications, regulations and contact details. Campuses at Fredericton and Moncton.
Home Educators of New Brunswick
A guide to resources and support groups for home schoolers. Offers links, local support groups, membership, a blog and contact details.
Laubach Literacy of New Brunswick
Laubach Literacy New Brunswick and affiliated literacy councils are volunteer organizations offering confidential, free of charge literacy and numeracy training in communities throughout the province.
The Literacy Coalition of New Brunswick
A non-profit organization that works for a literacy strategy and promotes awareness of the issue. Lists membership, reports, resource library and publications. Solicits donations.
Department at the University of New Brunswick specializes in history, culture, language, and other studies related to the Micmac and Maliseet peoples.
New Brunswick Community College
A college network that serves students (in English) from seven New Brunswick localities, with over 100 programs. Outlines programs, admissions information and locations.
New Brunswick Department of Education
Describes the programs, branches, and resources for education in the province. Includes links, press releases and contact information.
New Brunswick Teachers Federation
Deals with union matters. Offers contact address and information on meetings, services and business hours.
New Brunswick Teachers' Association
Includes: member's handbook, branches, councils, NBTA news, reports and briefs, contacts, and awards.
Student Assistance Program
The provincial Student Financial Assistance Information Program Guide. Information on the program, online application forms and related links to similar programs.
University of New Brunswick
Founded in 1785, UNB offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in more than 60 disciplines and continuing education in a variety of fields.
Western Valley Adult Learning Association
Provides resources for education through e-learning, hands on learning, and upgrading including the GED program.
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