Quebec Home & School News

Quebec Home & School News
January-February, 1981
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issued: January, 1981/February, 1981 Number of pages: 16

Article titles:

  • Quebec's education cost: it's elementary, it's high!
  • Testing teacher competency
  • Editorial comment
    • The need to understand
    • Francophones at Concordia
    • Children did not forget...
    • Block Parent program underway
    • President's message
  • Bucking trend! Alberta faces teacher shortage
  • Superior council of education: 'no stopping here'
  • Vanier Institute of the Family award to Mr. Justice Emmett Hall
  • High school competition: how well can you write?
  • 'Back to basics' ignores complexity of learning
  • Children rights and education
  • United Nations declaration - Rights of the child (1959)
  • Aylmer Conference: continuing campaign helps promote Home & School
  • Home & School has much to keep fighting for
  • H&S... it's active, nation-wide
  • Children's rights - right to divorce their parents?
  • Poster award winner
  • Cool heads save energy
  • Defensive driving - 1-million graduates
  • Bill 24 is for the protection of children
  • There's no smoke without fire
  • 'Les anglais sont un peu straight'
  • Concordia University: Centre for Management Studies now open
  • High school dropouts often parents' fault
  • New safety post for Mondoux
  • Understanding thru science
  • Drug and alcohol abuse
  • Rosseart appointed to council
  • These kids deserve better than we give them
  • Parkscan reports: the Burgess Shale newest site on Heritage list
  • Free buses for tours
  • Two holer
  • Canadian parents for French - is bilingualism dead?
  • Focus on the Locals
    • Algonquin: 'top notch salesman'
    • Willingdon: good turnout for serious topics
    • Hampsstead: just like that?
    • Summerlea: fish ponds, crochet & the MSO
    • Windermere: bathrooms & high seat backs
    • Lachine High: driver ed.
    • Somerled: skate sale cuts no ice
    • Meadowbrook: newspapers to encyclopedias
    • Block Parents sell sneakers
    • Edinburgh: thinking of others
    • John Rennie: students busy - need parent support
    • Cedar Park: self help with FIRST AID
    • Courtland Park: newspaper drive now underway
    • Seigniory: questionnaire shows parents are interested in enriched French kindergarten program
    • Elizabeth Ballantyne: book fair
  • Parents run planned program with children and drivers
  • Recognition for 'super persons'
  • Graduate studies: flexibility - key to new technologies
  • QFHSA honorary president - John Parker brings life of experience and dedication
  • News from National
    • Mid-term meeting cancelled
    • Guidance survey report
    • Drug use and abuse awareness kit
    • Leadership material
    • Lester B. Pearson medal awarded
    • CHSPTF Executive secretary wins tough battle for school trustee in North York
Quebec Federation of Home and School Associations (QFHSA). “Quebec Home & School News” 17, no. 1 (January–February 1981).
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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