Radio Noon Montreal | Sep 3, 2013 | 19:03

CEGEP to get mandatory Quebec history courses

The PQ government wants to revamp what's taught in Quebec primary and secondary history classes. That includes making a history of Quebec course mandatory for CEGEP students by next year. The FNEEQ and the FECQ weigh in.

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