Education & Skills

The Conference Board of Canada helps inform and improve Canada’s education and skills sectors. Through independent and collaborative evidence-based research and analysis, we examine and address key issues in the country’s fast-changing learning ecosystems. Our work provides leaders with the actionable insights they need to build a stronger future.

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Recent Reports

Development for Social Sciences & Humanities Graduates

The increasingly in-demand SSH skills cannot be easily replicated by computers. SSH graduates require more support and training to help them...

Report— 102 pages

Alberta: Building Skills Connections—Series 2

In-demand jobs increasingly require post-secondary education, and employers are prioritizing…

Report— 29 pages

Employability Skills

Learn the skills, attitudes, and behaviours needed to succeed in the workplace.

Webinar—1h 01m

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Alberta: Building Skills Connections—Series 1

Albertan employers face a variety of challenges in recruiting and developing workers…

Report— 47 pages

Helping Students With Disabilities Succeed

How can educators accommodate the varied learning needs of students in their classrooms?

Webinar—58m 59s

Featured Researcher

Matthew McKean

Director, Future Skills

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Executive Networks & Research Centres

Members gain fresh insights, identify new strategies, and face challenges unique to universities.


Custom Research

Contact us to discuss new projects examining skills and education challenges facing Canada today.