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Manitoba has created a web portal to help families whose children are learning at home during the suspension of in-school classes because of COVID-19.

The web portal is called My Learning at Home, and Education Minister Kelvin Goertzen says it’s a tool to supplement learning, but not replace the work that teachers are continuing to do remotely for students across the province.

               

My Learning at Home went live on Thursday, and is available in English and French, and has separate resource material for elementary, middle, and high school students, which will be updated overtime as more tools are developed for K to twelve students.

 

The province adds that additional supporting resources for adult learners and early childhood years will be updated regularly as well.

 

The My Learning at Home web portal can be found on the Government of Manitoba website.

 

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