BC announces $3.8M investment in Adult Basic Education and English Language Learning Pathways program


The Government of British Columbia has announced a $3.8M investment into Adult Basic Education and English Language Learning Pathways programming, which will provide domestic students with free access to the pre-requisites for high-priority postsecondary programs. Institutions that have received funding for 2023-2024 include Camosun College, College of New Caledonia, College of the Rockies, Douglas College, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Langara College, North Island College, Northern Lights College, Okanagan College, Selkirk College, Thompson Rivers University, and Vancouver Island University. “Too often, people wanting to improve their work opportunities experience barriers that restrict their ability to prepare for the meaningful career and life they want in B.C.,” said Selina Robinson, BC Minister of Post-Secondary Education and Future Skills. “This government is increasing access to learning and upgrading supports.”

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