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Newsletter and communication with parents (and students)

A delicate subject par excellence in the field of education, the delivery of the report card sometimes represents a communication challenge between teachers and parents, and even between parents and their children. Here are some things to consider.

Reflection on the evaluation and the delivery of report cards

For a second consecutive year, the Ministry of Education announced that there would be only two bulletins. What's more, the delivery of the first newsletter has just been moved due to the health context. The situation leads many education stakeholders to perceive evaluation differently.

Impact of COVID-19 on educational success - Recovery plan for educational success: 110 M$

Today, at a press conference, the Minister of Education of Quebec, Mr. Jean-François Roberge, unveiled the Recovery Plan for Success: Education Beyond the Pandemic, representing investments totaling 110 M$. Here is the official press release from the MEQ, as well as some reactions from various organizations received at the École branchée by way of a press release.

Minister Roberge unveils his Recovery Plan for Educational Success 2021-2022

Following the Rendezvous for Educational Success held at the end of April, Quebec's Minister of Education, Jean-François Roberge, unveiled a Recovery Plan for Educational Success. Here is the report École branchée has prepared for you.
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Two bulletins this year, what does that change?

[VIDEO] The Minister of Education of Quebec recently announced that there will be only two report cards for the 2020-2021 school year instead of the usual three. We discussed the implications for teachers with Mélanie Ducharme, educational consultant in evaluation and responsible for the certification of studies at CSS de Laval.

The newsletter: end of the debate, time for success

MONTREAL, April 6 / CNW Telbec / - In recent days, a lot of information about the bulletin 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 Professeurs and the CSDM from the Ministry of Education, Leisure and Sport (MELS). The bulletin distinguishes between knowledge and skills very clearly.