In November 2012, Glendale Sciences and Technology School became the newest Alberta candidate school within UNESCO's Associated Schools Project Network in Canada. We are proud to belong to a growing network of schools around the world dedicated to UNESCO's four pillars of learning and four main study areas:
  • Learning to Know;multi-ethnic-kids-holding-globe-thumb6110962.jpg
  • Learning to Do;
  • Learning to Be, and
  • Live with each other

Study Areas (click for information on each one)

By taking part in the Canadian network of 62 Associated Schools Project Network (ASPnet) schools, and conducting pilot projects, we have the opportunity to make significant contributions to improve the quality of education at our school by reinforcing these pillars.

Click here for a detailed background regarding good practices for quality education, and here for detailed information about UNESCO in Canada. Also, please check out the wiki link above to find out more about what being a UNESCO ASP Net school looks like at Glendale.

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