School district improves ranking for number of vulnerable students
Assistant superintendent Bob Esliger said according to an annual early development index developed by the University of B.C., the district has dropped from fourth to 14th place among the province's 60 school districts for the number of students that are considered "vulnerable." Esliger said the change is likely related to several initiatives ... (more)
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