Minister’s Panel on Education Announces:

Capturing Nova Scotians’ Views on Education

The Government of Nova Scotia wants everyone—students, parents, educators, and community members’ opinions on what is working well in our school system? What needs to improve? Their goal is to set a bold new direction for our public schools.

The Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development has appointed a six-member panel to help gather public input. The panel is chaired by the Honourable Myra Freeman, former Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia.

Individuals can complete an online survey, send comments by e-mail or post, or call and leave a message. Groups can download a discussion guide and return the response form provided. They can also provide a summary of their group’s comments by e-mail or post.

The last day for completing a survey or sending a submission to the panel is FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 2014.

The survey was launched in April and will be available on the Education and Early Childhood Development website, and will take about 30 minutes to complete:

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