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Should we abolish school reform?

This is the subject of the debate of the OpenTélé program, which will be broadcast live this Thursday, 8 p.m., on MaTV, then made available online.

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This is the subject of the debateOpenTélé broadcast, which will be broadcast live this Thursday, 8 p.m., on MaTV, then made available online.

“Implemented in Quebec schools in the early 2000s, the school reform, also called educational renewal, aimed to enhance the knowledge and skills of young people and promote their success. However, a vast study commissioned by the Ministry of Education reveals that the reform failed to achieve its main objectives. Worse: it would have harmed the boys. "

Here is the beginning of the subject which will be debated this Thursday, with the moderator Mathieu Bock-Côté and his guests:
Tania Longpre, author of School peril - The ten evils of education in Quebec
Simon larose, director of the Laval University secondary education renewal evaluation project
Sylvain Mallette, president of the AWF
Mario asselin, blogger and former school principal
Joelle Quérin, sociologist
Marc-André Girard, author of the book Change in Quebec schools
David Lefrançois, professor at UQO and associate researcher at the Center for Interuniversity Research on Training and the Teaching Profession (CRIFPE)
Marc-André Lalande, educational advisor, HEC Montréal.

The public is invited to interact on social media, on Twitter via the hashtag #opentele or on the page Facebook of the show. She is also the editor-in-chief of L'École branchée, Audrey Miller, who will be the guest “twiver”.

Diffusion :
Live: Thursday March 5, 2015 8:00 PM
Friday March 6, 2015 01:00
Friday March 6, 2015 2:00 PM
Saturday March 7, 2015 01:00
Sunday March 8, 2015 6:00 PM
Monday 9 March 2015 00:00

OPEN TV is a televised discussion forum. The themes are inspired by current events or popular events and are addressed by opinion leaders and experts.

About the Author

Audrey Miller
Audrey Millerhttps://ecolebranchee.com
Directrice générale de l'École branchée, Audrey détient une formation universitaire de 2e cycle en technologies éducatives et un baccalauréat en communication publique. Membre de l'Ordre de l'Excellence en éducation du Québec, elle s'intéresse particulièrement au développement professionnel des enseignants, à l'information à l'ère du numérique et à l'éducation aux médias, tout en s'activant à créer des ponts entre les acteurs de l'écosystème éducatif depuis 1999. Elle s'implique cette année notamment dans l'Association Edteq et en tant que membre du comité d'orientation stratégique de l'ACELF.

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