Quebec - To ensure school perseverance and promote the educational success of Quebec students during and after the pandemic, the Minister of Education, Jean-François Roberge, is initiating a consultation period with various stakeholders in the school network.
The Rendezvous for educational success: education beyond the pandemic will be held virtually and will in particular make it possible to identify concrete solutions and the various means of implementing them from the summer of 2021 and for the 2021-2022 school year.
This consultation period, which will be held on March 31 and 1er Next April, will allow discussions with the various education stakeholders as well as with parliamentarians from all political parties represented in the National Assembly on the educational and psychosocial effects generated by the pandemic and on ways to counter them.
The general public will also be able to participate in these consultations, which will address three main themes:
- educational success and catching up;
- evaluation and pedagogical supervision;
- mental health and well-being at school.
These discussions will lead to the announcement of concrete measures this spring, with the aim of allowing the school network to prepare quickly to meet the challenges to be met from the summer of 2021 as well as during the 2021-2022 school year. . This exercise will provide the school network with a common vision to ensure the perseverance and success of as many students as possible.
The consultation workbook is now available on the web page of the Rendezvous for educational success: education beyond the pandemic and people who wish to submit their comments or briefs can do so at this email address: RendezvousReussite2021@education.gouv.qc.ca by April 9, 2021.
“The current situation deserves all of us, more than ever, to put our efforts together to ensure that students have everything they need to persevere and succeed despite the crisis we are living through. It is a call for consultation, mobilization and action that I am launching today in order to prioritize the success of all students and to mitigate the consequences that the crisis could have had or could still have on them. medium term. All together, we must ensure that teachers and school staff have the necessary tools to support them. "
Jean-François Roberge, Minister of Education
Source: Office of the Minister of Education