Winnipeg's Vital Signs® 2017

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SCHOOL READINESS

AVERAGE INCOME

kindergarten students lack and helping behaviours 37.2% ofprosocial of kindergarten students are very in general knowledge and 36.5% ready communication skills

HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE

POST-SECONDARY GRADUATE

$30,205

$48,256

SOURCE: HEALTHY CHILD MANITOBA, 2014/2015

SOURCE: NATIONAL HOUSEHOLD SURVEY, 2011

ADULT LITERACY AND LEARNING

2,228 8,153

MANITOBA HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION RATES Overall

adults enrolled in adult literacy programs

SOURCE: PROVINCE OF MANITOBA

Indigenous

number of adults enrolled in adult learning programs

LEARNING OPPORTUNITY

77

.2%

SOURCE: PROVINCE OF MANITOBA, 2014/2015

HIGH SCHOOL INCOMPLETES

2014

WINNIPEG 15.5% MANITOBA 19.0% CANADA 16.9%

83

47

.1%

2016

.2%

2014

58

.4%

2016

STUDENT MENTAL HEALTH

17,723

of the population aged 15+ who have not completed high school SOURCE: STATISTICS CANADA, 2016

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT

students aged 6-19 diagnosed with a mental disorder between 2009-2013 SOURCE: MANITOBA CENTRE FOR HEALTH POLICY, 2016

SOURCE: STATISTICS CANADA, 2016

93% 95% of college graduates employed within three years

university undergraduate 29,990 full-time students enrolled in Winnipeg

of bachelor degree graduates employed within three years

SOURCE: NATIONAL GRADUATE SURVEY, 2013

AVERAGE COST OF UNDERGRADUATE TUITION Canadian Student:

UNIVERSITY OF WINNIPEG UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA International Student:

UNIVERSITY OF WINNIPEG UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA SOURCE: VARIOUS, 2016

Pathways to Education is an afterschool tutoring program that provides customized support for high school students in the inner-city, helping ensure they thrive in school and in life.

EDUCATION WITHIN THE SECTOR The Winnipeg Foundation supports learning and leadership development for those working in the charitable sector. Professional Development Grants for conference attendance, training and mentorship help organizations better serve our community.

SOURCE: ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES, 2017

POST-GRADUATION EMPLOYMENT

ON THE RIGHT PATH

The Newcomer Youth Education Support Services Coalition brings together local African cultural organizations to provide summer learning and after-school programs for newcomer kids at locations across the city.

25.9% COMPARED TO 48.7% of the total population

Canada Learning Bonds help low income students attend post-secondary, but in Manitoba only 19 percent of eligible families have signed up. Career Trek is reaching out to raise awareness and help youth succeed.

SCHOOL SUPPORT FOR NEWCOMER KIDS

UNIVERSITY ENROLMENT

of Indigenous people aged 15+ in Winnipeg had a post-secondary certificate, diploma or degree

Community leadership

$3,405 $4,008 $12,687

$15,430

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