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MONTREAL, April 6 / CNW Telbec / - In recent days, a lot of information about the newsletter has circulated in the media. The position of the Commission scolaire de Montréal (CSDM) is clear: this bulletin will be used as of the next school year and it reflects the changes jointly requested by the Alliance des professeures et des professors and the CSDM from the Ministry of Education, Leisure and Sport (MELS). The bulletin distinguishes between knowledge and skills very clearly.
The new report card has two main qualities for parents: it is easy to understand, and it is the same for all students in all schools in Quebec. Moreover, the representatives of the 75,000 parents of the CSDM support the position of the School Board.
End of debate
Like the Minister of Education, Recreation and Sports, the CSDM believes that the endless debate on the bulletin must end.
The School Board invites members of the Alliance to respect the local collective agreement and to attend the pedagogical day of May 13, which has been scheduled to allow them to better take ownership of the evaluation process.
The CSDM knows that it can count on the professionalism and commitment of its staff and teachers. They all collaborated in the development of the action plan for the success of our students: the Réussir plan.
“To ensure student success, the CSDM must stay the course. Make way for success! Moreover, today is a day to establish our action plan for handicapped students or students with social maladjustments or learning (EHDAA); a concrete example of the work carried out within the framework of the Réussir plan ”, declares Diane De Courcy, president of the CSDM.
It should be remembered that with its 200 establishments and 16,000 employees, the Commission scolaire de Montréal is the largest network of public schools in Quebec. Among other responsibilities, it organizes educational services for 100,000 students, manages human, financial and material resources, coordinates school transportation, daycare services and community relations. Consultcsdm.qc.ca