Friends of MATF
The Bureau de l’éducation française develops, evaluates, and administers policies and programs relating to French-language education.
The Division is made up of four branches:
The Canadian Association of Second Language Teachers promotes the advancement of second language learning and teaching throughout Canada by creating opportunities for professional development, by encouraging research, and by facilitating the sharing of information and the exchange of ideas among second language educators. The CASLT mission fosters and advances professional excellence in the teaching of second languages in Canada.
La Direction des ressources éducatives françaises, a library of the Manitoba Department of Education and Advanced Learning, provides educators in the province with a range of instructional resources in a format that is both user-friendly and easily accessible on its web portal. The main purpose of the DREF is to make French-language instructional materials in various formats available to teachers from Kindergarten to Grade 12 at Français and Immersion schools, as well as at English Program schools offering French courses.
Alliance Française is the largest cultural organization in the world. It is dedicated to teaching and promoting French and its diverse culture through a network of over 800 establishments in 137 countries.
Canadian Parents for French – Manitoba (CPF-MB) provides French-second-language (FSL) learning information for parents, teachers and students seeking FSL related research data about programs in Manitoba and other areas of the country. It also provides and supports a variety of French language extracurricular activities for Manitoban youth.