Government of New Brunswick

The responsibilities within Curriculum Development include identifying the goals and objectives of the instructional program for public schools. Curriculum Development personnel oversee development and introduction of specific curricula in all subject areas and recommend both print and non-print instructional resources. Recommending the purchase of equipment used to support the prescribed curriculum is also a responsibility. Subject specialists advise on instructional organization and program management. They work with school districts and others to establish a quality education program that develops the whole person.

 

 

Elementary School

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Art Education
French Second Language (French Immersion)
Health Education/Guidance
English Language Arts
Mathematics
Music Education
Physical Education
Science
Social Studies
Resource Documents
 

Middle School

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Art Education
Health Education
English Language Arts
French Second Language (Core)
French Second Language (Immersion)
Guidance
Mathematics
Music Education
Physical Education
Science
Social Studies
Technology Education
Resource Documents
 

High School

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Coop Education
English Language Arts
French Second Language (Immersion)
Guidance
Health and Physical Education
Mathematics
Science
Social Studies
Technology/Vocational Education
The Arts
Transition Education
Resource Documents
 

General Curriculum Documents

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