Quebec Home & School News

Quebec Home & School News
November, 1975
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Number of pages: 16

Article titles:

  • Parents & teachers must trust each other: "the stakes were never higher!"
  • Local board bucks Bill 22
  • Misunderstanding erodes base of popular support
  • 75% of surplus teachers re-hired
  • Editorial
    • 'Elementary school reform ignored'
    • Book-buying policy
  • Board meets in Magog - hears QAPSB & PAPT views
  • Dedicated people
  • What does a lighter teaching load for teachers in Protestant School shave to do with quality education?
  • Brief presented by QFHSA
  • Schoolbooks & sex stereotyping
  • A university for peace... federal grant available for cultural aims
  • Put into curriculum: economics helps students make realistic decisions
  • Volunteers in education - why?
  • Research into reading and literacy valuable tool for teachers
  • Humanize high schools now...
  • Teenagers and drinking
  • H & S holds Gaspe conference
  • What habitat means for you
  • Teachers' classification: study calls for changes
  • Who's in charge? Collective bargaining and public policy
  • Bill 95 conflict
  • Workload and job security
  • Similar concerns, different practices
  • What teachers want
  • QFHSA "end centralization"
  • After high school: what can your children do?
  • Here's a rundown on CEGEP's
  • 1975 leadership conference
  • Need to respect differing viewpoints: parents' role in schooling challenged
  • More homework - not less?
  • The case for a student union
  • Toughed code for [children's] TV
  • Focus on your local in action
    • Allancroft: waiting list for french classes
    • Mountrose: years activities all planned
    • Aylmer-Eardley: emergency phone group operations
    • Meadowbrook: all courses full
    • Northview: Civics for students
    • John Rennie: Runs driver program
    • Courtland Park fair
    • Hudson: Orientation program planned
    • Courtland Park: country fair - big money spinner
    • Sunnydale: "we never close"
    • Cedar Park: storytelling - K to Grade 3
    • Lindsay Place: meeting on contract progress
  • Why Home & School?
  • To membership chairmen
  • QFHSA keeps busy
Quebec Federation of Home and School Associations (QFHSA). “Quebec Home & School News” 13, no. 2 (November 1975).
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Quebec Federation of Home and School Associations, Inc. (QFHSA)


English-language kindergarten to secondary 5 educational sector in the province of Quebec


Literacy activities; education activities; conducting leadership workshops; parenting skills workshops

Former Names:
[merger of] Québec Provincial Council of Home and Schools and Greater Montréal Federation of Home and School Associations; Quebec Federation of Protestant Home and School Associations