Anonyme (non vérifié) - mer, 08/05/2013 - 18:00
In Quebec, to decrease the dropout rate and to improve the quality of education, we always inject more money, we reduce class size, we lower passing requirements, and we wish to see rigorous evaluation of teacher performance (François Legault’s proposal for the 2012 election). To date, these strategies have produced nothing. What if the parents were partly at fault? Not all of them, but enough to undermine the system. Few people dare to ask this question, especially not the politicians we have now. They’re much too afraid of losing precious votes ... and losing popularity.