Russell Copeman on the future of English school boards

Daybreak Montreal

Quebec's CAQ government has promised to abolish school boards in favour of something called Service Centres. Leaders of the English-Speaking community have promised to fight the government by posing a constitutional challenge before the courts. Last Friday, they all sat down together for a first working meeting: Education Minister Jean-Francois Roberge, and the French and English school boards. Russell Copeman, the executive director of the Quebec English School Boards Association was there, and he joins us to tell us more.

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