"Read" to support school perseverance

Montreal Success Network (RRM) is proud to present the first edition of Lire, a newsletter entirely dedicated to news on perseverance and academic success and created to Link, Inform, Shine and Embark.

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Montreal Success Network (RRM) is proud to present the first edition of Read, a newsletter entirely dedicated to current affairs in perseverance and academic success and created for L1st, Iinform, Rgive and Eto embark.

Launched on June 1, 2011, this tool aims to highlight and support the actions of Montreal players in school perseverance in order to maximize their reach and impact. Thus, over the bimonthly editions, the newsletter will provide information on the actions taken in school perseverance and success in Montreal, on the publication of studies, research and statistics related to the determinants of school perseverance as well as on the actions carried out. by Montreal Success Network and its members.

Created in 2009, Montreal Success Network is a regional organization with 30 members, including the five school boards on the Island of Montreal, several government departments of Quebec, the Regional Conference of Elected Officials of Montreal, the City of Montreal, the Chamber of trade in Metropolitan Montreal and the Carrefours Jeunesse-Emploi (CJE). These partners from all walks of life, guided by the desire to act in a concerted manner and determined to place young people at the heart of their concerns, undertake to develop projects in partnership, with the aim of promoting perseverance, success and dropping out of school.

Read is therefore your opportunity to follow the news in perseverance and academic success and it will be our pleasure to send you the next editions. You can register on the RRM website.

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