Brief to Manitoba’s Commission on Kindergarten to Grade 12 Education

Individuals or organizations that would like to present their perspectives and recommendations at a public hearing are invited to submit a formal brief to the commission.

By submitting a formal brief to the commission you agree to have your brief, your name and the name of your organization (if applicable) published on the commission’s website.

Contact Information

Instructions
  • One brief, per individual or organization, will be accepted.
  • The deadline for the submission of a brief is May 31, 2019.
  • To be considered by the commission, your brief must include specific recommendations.
  • The maximum length, not including cover page, is 2,000 words (approximately eight double-spaced pages).
  • All briefs received, that meet the requirements above, will be:
  • reviewed by the commission
  • considered to be a request to present to the commission at a public hearing
  • posted on the commission’s website manitoba.ca/educationreview.
  • Click Here to read the commission’s privacy notice.
Presenting to the commission:
  • Following the May 31, 2019 submission deadline, those selected by the commission to make a presentation will be contacted directly. Presentations will be time limited and will provide an opportunity for questions.
Please check the area(s) of focus that are applicable to your brief:
Brief
  • The body of your brief should provide relevant background and explanatory information related to the recommendations you provide on the last page of this document.
  • All text contained in the body of the brief, including but not limited to graphs, quotes, images and footnotes, counts towards the 2,000 word limit.
  • Your recommendations may be duplicated or used as headings in the body of your brief.
Recommendations

Please clearly articulate your recommendations in the space provided.


By submitting a formal brief to the commission you agree to have your brief, your name and the name of your organization (if applicable) published on the commission’s website.