SPARKvue science learning application and PASPORT sensors will be available to nearly 300 elementary schools for hands-on, inquiry-based learning


In 2015, the Nova Scotia Department of Education and Early Childhood Development launched an Action Plan for Education to renew, refocus, and rebuild the education system for the first time in a generation.

As part of its efforts to create an innovative and streamlined curriculum in grades 4–6, the Department has purchased PASCO Scientific science solutions for nearly 300 elementary schools from PASCO Canada/AYVA Educational Solutions Ltd.

The PASCO science solutions will be part of the Department of Education’s curriculum resource kit...

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