The Ministry of Education and Saskatchewan School Boards Association (SSBA) have developed a province-wide Education Sector Stategic Plan (ESSP) in cooperation with all education sector partners, approved by the 28 school boards and accepted by the Government of Saskatchewan.
The ESSP provides short and long term outcome goals for education leading up to 2020. The development of the ESSP incorporated the feedback of more than 1,000 people, including public school divisions, catholic school divisions, Conseil des écoles fransaskoises, First Nations education directors and principals, the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, Métis Nation - Saskatchewan, Ministry of Education, school boards, and students.
The ESSP is the action plan that prioritizes and deploys the work the sector needs to do in order to achieve the common goal of supporting every student to reach their full potential, as well as fulfilling the targets in the Plan for Growth. The ministry and each division uses the ESSP to develop regional plans, evolving from the Student First discussions and priorities identified in the ESSP.
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Plans and Reports
Prior to the 2017-18 school year the Ministry of Education required school divisions hold an annual meeting of electors each spring. With updates to The Education Act, this is no longer a requirement, however each division is still required to provide an Annual Report to the Ministry of Education.
Annual Reports are posted to below: