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Major Overhaul Of Education System

New Brunswick is looking at a major overhaul of its education system that will include cutting the number of school districts in half. Education Minister Jody Carr announced the changes this morning. They come with a savings in the order of 5 million dollars a year which will be reinvested at the school and classroom level. The CBC's Susan King was at the announcement.


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