### I-14 - The Education Act for Cree, Inuit and Naskapi Native Persons

51.1. Each year, before the beginning of the school year, the school committee must determine on which of the following subjects it must be consulted:
(1)  the specific orientations of the school;
(2)  the educational project and its content;
(3)  the methods of application of the pedagogical system;
(4)  the choice of textbooks and teaching materials for the subjects it specifies;
(5)  the choice of educational activities that require a change in the pupils’ regular schedule or that require the pupils to leave the school;
(6)  the rules regarding the pupils’ conduct;
(7)  the determination of the criteria for hiring the principal and vice-principal of the school;
(8)  methods for integrating children with learning difficulties or difficulties of adaptation into the school milieu;
(9)  safety measures for the pupils;
(10)  the choice of the activities not included in the curricula.
In the case of the permanent closing of a school, the school committee must be consulted.
1979, c. 80, s. 11; 2000, c. 24, s. 57.
51.1. Each year, before the beginning of the school year, the school committee must determine on which of the following subjects it must be consulted:
(1)  the specific orientations of the school;
(2)  the educational project and its content;
(3)  the methods of application of the pedagogical system;
(4)  the choice of textbooks and teaching materials for the subjects it specifies;
(5)  the choice of educational activities that require a change in the pupils’ regular schedule or that require the pupils to leave the school;
(6)  the rules regarding the pupils’ conduct;
(7)  the determination of the criteria for hiring the principal and vice-principal of the school;
(8)  methods for integrating children with learning difficulties or difficulties of adaptation into the school milieu;
(9)  safety measures for the pupils;
(10)  the choice of the activities not included in the curricula.
In the case of the permanent closing of a school or in the case of a change in a school’s status within the meaning of the regulations of the Catholic committee or the Protestant committee of the Conseil supérieur de l’éducation, the school committee must be consulted.
1979, c. 80, s. 11.