News

12 February 2018 -

 

 

 

Government Consultation on Educational Success

 

AENQ-CSQ calls for solutions to the educational challenges faced by Aboriginal communities

 

28 November 2016

 

At the occasion of the submission of its brief to the government consultation on educational success, the AENQ deplores the chronic underfunding of services on the territories it serves, which not only hampers the development of Communities, but also the future of Aboriginal youth, as evidenced by the case of educational services.

 

The president of the AENQ-CSQ, Larry Imbeault, maintains that the Aboriginal reality in the school system is quite different from that of the non-native communities and that even the template presented by the ministry in its consultation is not "We consider this template to be inconsistent with the issues and challenges faced by aboriginal nations in the development of educational services on their territory and the efforts to ensure the educational success of our youth, Within or outside of our communities. "

 

In addition to the underfunding of educational services, the cultural barrier is also a problem. In addition, there is an urgent need to avoid losing another generation of young people and to confront the challenges faced by communities as they are faced with a complex linguistic challenge and problematic funding in education. This makes the context difficult for teachers.

 

Our president therefore advocates a revision of the school curriculum by retaining what is necessary in the Quebec curriculum and by giving a large part to the teaching of language, history and ancestral knowledge. To this end, AENQ-CSQ proposes that an aborigenal summit on education be organized so that all actors of civil society can exchange and draw up a concerted action plan to improve educational success.

 

 Source: CSQ News

____________________________


Quite a visit!


Note to all AENQ members

 

Waswanipi had quite a Visitor!

 

Indeed, in the context of visits that the Federation des Syndicats de l’Enseignement (Federation of teacher unions) organizes each year, Josée Scalabrini, President of the FSE was in Waswanipi to meet all teachers of the two schools and the professional center.

 

Her presence and her address to those present were appreciated. She explained her role with the Federation and the government and answered several questions from the members who were present at the general assembly.

 

She was accompanied for the occasion by Mr. Larry Imbeault, President of AENQ and by his Vice-President, Mr. Tarek Khazen.

 

During this event the representatives of the AENQ paid tribute to Mr. Jacques Larouche for his union involvement in defending the rights of his members as he has now done so for many years. A plaque will be presented to him later to thank him for his involvement.

 

In appreciation of her visit to Waswanipi, AENQ members handed Mrs. Josée Scalabrini a souvenir reminding her Cree crafts and in order that, at the same time, she can keep an unforgettable memory of her visit among us.


 

 

 

For the latest information on our negotiation, look for the publication of Nego Newsletters in the right column "Highlights" section of this website, more specifically, visit the following links:

 

For AENQ: 

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 30

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 29 

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 28 (KSB Special)

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 27 (KSB Special)

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 26 (KSB Special)

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 25 (KSB Special)

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 24 (KSB Special)

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 23

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 22

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 21 (KSB Special)

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 20 (KSB Special)

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 19 (CSB Special)

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 18 (KSB Special)

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 17 (E3 Special)

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 16 (KSB Special)

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 15 (KSB Special)

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 14 (KSB Special)

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 13 (S8 Special)

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 12 (KSB Special)

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 11

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 10

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 9

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 8 (KSB Special)

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 7 (CSB Special)

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 6 (CSB Special)

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 5 (KSB Special)

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 4

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 3

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 2

AENQ Nego Newsletter # 1

 

For the latest information about negotiations for “intersectorial” demands, look for publication of other newsletters in the right column of this website or visit the following links:

 

For the Centrale:

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 33

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 32

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 31

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 30

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 29

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 28

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 27

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 26

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 25

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 24

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 23

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 22

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 21

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 20

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 19

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 18

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 17

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 16

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 15

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 14

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 13

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 12

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 11

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 10

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 9

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 8

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 7

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 6

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 5

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 4

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 3

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 2

CSQ Nego Newsletter # 1

 

For the Common Front:

Common Front Nego Newsletter #7

Common Front Nego Newsletter #6

Common Front Nego Newsletter #5

Common Front Nego Newsletter #4

Common Front Nego Newsletter #3

Common Front Nego Newsletter #2

Common Front Nego Newsletter #1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


Do not hesitate to send us your comments by email at :

aenq@lacsq.org


Until we meet again !

The Executive Committee

 


 

9405, Sherbrooke street East

Montreal, H1L 6P3

Telephone: (514) 356-8888, extension 2801

Toll-Free: 1-800-465-0897

Fax : (514) 354-8714



Highlights



Calendrier

[Previous Month] February 2018 [Next Month]
S M T W T F S
28
29
30
31
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
01
02
03

2010 - All rights reserved - AENQ

Une réalisation de