Innovative Software Makes a Difference in Regina

“As far as Winston Knoll Collegiate teacher Jolene Sentes is concerned, a new computer program being used by Regina public high schools is “just awesome.”

Called myBlueprint, the online program was rolled out last year.

It helps students track their subjects, set goals in everything from health to family life and grades, build a resume and figure out what career path they might want to pursue after graduation.”

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