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CTREQ conference: April 26 and 27, 2012 at Laval University

Press release - The CTREQ will hold its 3rd conference on educational success on April 26 and 27, 2012 at the Pavillon Desjardins-Pollack at Laval University. Like the first two editions, this event will deal with the various concerns related to educational success and academic perseverance, from the perspective of knowledge resulting from research and practice.

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Press release - The CTREQ will hold its 3rd conference on educational success on April 26 and 27, 2012 at the Pavillon Desjardins-Pollack at Laval University. Like the first two editions, this event will deal with the various concerns related to educational success and academic perseverance, from the perspective of knowledge resulting from research and practice.

Professionals from all the sectors concerned (education, social services, community services, employment, etc.) will meet there to discuss, create links, discover new practices or new research results, and reflect together on ways of working. '' innovate to promote educational success and academic perseverance.

Make way for young people!

This 3e edition of the colloquium on educational success will also be an opportunity for CTREQ to increase the participation of young people. Remember the project Young reporters the 2008 conference which allowed young people from two Quebec high schools to cover the event as bloggers-journalists. “This time around, we want to take this approach much further,” says Linda St-Pierre, President and CEO of CTREQ. We want them to participate in the organization, but above all, we want to hear them, discuss with them. " The project Young reporters will also be renewed.

10 years is worth celebrating!

In 2012, CTREQ will celebrate its 10e anniversary, an event that will be highlighted as part of the 3e colloquium. “We will continue the reflection initiated with our partners in order to advance the reflection on knowledge mobilization,” specifies Linda St-Pierre, with the aim of ensuring the educational success of young people. "

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