CAQ elected: What does it mean for the education system?

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By Emilie Hackett
Special to the Record

François Legault’s CAQ swept the province on Monday’s election, taking 74 seats with 1,500,000 votes, about 500,000 votes ahead of exiting party PLQ, which only took 32 seats. Despite controversial comments and policies by its leader, the CAQ swayed Quebecers from all over the province. Legault’s program for education has not been unanimously approved by teachers and school administrators all around. See full story in the Wednesday, October 3 edition of The Record.

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