Legault calms Anglo fears of school board proposal

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Record Staff – Coalition Avenir Québec leader François Legault is telling anglophone Quebecers that the abolition of school elections, which the CAQ has promised, shouldn’t frighten English-speaking communities. Anglos “have nothing to fear” from that promise, Legault told a party dinner in Bromont Monday.
The party wants to turn school boards into ‘service centers’ that have to answer to schools rather than the other way around, he says, and it should be up to school teams, made up of leaders and people from the community, to appoint the members of the board of directors of these service centers. See full story in the Wednesday, August 1 edition of The Record.

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