Subscribe to the Ministry of Education's RSS feeds to get news and information delivered right to your desktop!
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is format used for delivering web content to subscribers of a news/information feed. Each feed includes the date, title, summary and a link to the full article. To view the full article, simply click on the headline.
Why use RSS?
- You can decide what news and information you want to receive.
- You can determine when you get your news. You can customize your news reader to fetch the news every five minutes, every hour, whatever you want.
To view one of the Ministry of Education feeds:
- Download an RSS reader and install it on your computer. There are many free readers available on the Internet. Some browsers, including Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera and Safari, have a built-in feed reader that checks for feeds when you visit a website. Or you can use Google Reader to manage your RSS feed content. You do not need to install any software, but you do need to create an account with Google. To learn more, visit http://www.google.com/reader.
- After installing the RSS reader:
- click on the Ministry of Education Updates RSS feed link below
- copy the RSS feed URL from the Address line in your browser
- launch your reader
- paste the RSS feed URL into an "Add New Feed" window.
Ministry of Education Updates
Note: Detailed instructions on how to add news feeds are included in RSS news reader applications.