Youth and Philanthropy Initiative

Curriculum Links

Where does YPI fit?

YPI delivers on key curriculum expectations and mandated learning outcomes in many curricular programs. YPI teachers use the project to address a wide variety of curriculum expectations for students in grade 9 or 10 mandatory courses, including Civics, Careers, English Language Arts, Ethics and Religious Culture, Geography, Humanities, Planning, and Social Studies.

Connections between YPI and curriculum for courses in which YPI is most frequently housed (based on representation among our current participating schools) are outlined here. This is not an exhaustive list of all curriculum expectations that can be met through YPI. YPI is a flexible and versatile program, with elements that cut across curricular lines.

If you would like to speak with someone about how to address the specific curricular expectations for your course, contact us.

Curriculum Link Outlines

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Alberta: English Language Arts

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Alberta: Social Studies

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B.C.: Career Life Education

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Manitoba: Social Studies

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Nova Scotia: Citizenship

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Ontario: Civics

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Québec: Ethics & Religious Culture

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Connecting YPI to the IB Framework