The panel led by former lieutenant governor and teacher Myra Freeman, is expected to include short- and long-term changes to the education system in its recommendations.
It is the first time in 25 years that Nova Scotia has conducted such a review.
Education Minister Karen Casey has seen the report but she isn't revealing details.
However, Casey says there's been enough tinkering with the system over the years and she hopes a significant plan of action emerges.
The panel's report is the result of online surveys and in-person consultations.