Legault stops in Orford for announcement and apology

By Gordon Lambie, Local Journalism Initiative
Legault stops in Orford for announcement and apology
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François Legault made a campaign stop in Orford on Tuesday morning to announce his party’s intention to launch “Clic École,” a unified digital access point for parents to interact with the school system, modeled on the now familiar “Clic Santé” portal used in the healthcare system. Flanked by his Orford candidate, Gilles Bélanger, and his Brome-Missisquoi candidate Isabelle Charest, the CAQ leader described the new tool
“Something I often hear when I meet with the parents of students is that information is not always accessible,” Legault said, acknowledging that some schools have established digital communications systems while pointing out that these systems are not uniform in what they offer from school to school. “Sometimes there is one portal to get results and a different one for declaring an absence and a different one to communicate with teachers. In short, it is complicated.”
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