I-13.3 - Education Act

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176.1. The members of the school service centre’s board of directors shall exercise their functions and powers, with due regard for everyone’s role and responsibilities, with a view to improving the educational services provided for by this Act and by the basic school regulations made by the Government. To that end, the role of the board members includes
(1)  (paragraph repealed);
(1.1)  ensuring that the schools and centres receive adequate support;
(2)  seeing to the relevance and quality of the educational services offered by the school service centre;
(3)  making sure that the school service centre’s human, material and financial resources are managed effectively and efficiently;
(4)  carrying out any mandate entrusted to them by the school service centre’s board of directors, on a proposal by the chair, for the purpose of providing information to the other board members on any specific matter.
They must, as soon as possible after taking office for a first term, undergo the training developed by the Minister for members of boards of directors, in accordance with the second paragraph of section 459.5.
2008, c. 29, s. 19; 2016, c. 262016, c. 26, s. 29; 2020, c. 12020, c. 1, s. 73.
176.1. The members of the council of commissioners shall exercise their functions and powers, with due regard for everyone’s role and responsibilities, with a view to improving the educational services provided for by this Act and by the basic school regulations made by the Government. To that end, the role of the members of the council of commissioners includes
(1)  informing the council of the needs and expectations of the population of their electoral division or their sector, as part of their contribution to defining the school board’s directions and priorities;
(1.1)  ensuring that the schools and centres receive adequate support;
(2)  seeing to the relevance and quality of the educational services offered by the school board;
(3)  making sure that the school board’s human, material and financial resources are managed effectively and efficiently;
(4)  carrying out any mandate entrusted to them by the council of commissioners, on a proposal by the chair, for the purpose of providing information to the other council members on any specific matter.
2008, c. 29, s. 19; 2016, c. 262016, c. 26, s. 29.
176.1. The members of the council of commissioners shall exercise their functions and powers with a view to improving the educational services provided for by this Act and by the basic school regulations made by the Government. To that end, the role of the members of the council of commissioners includes
(1)  informing the council of the needs and expectations of the population of their electoral division or their sector, as part of their contribution to defining the school board’s directions and priorities;
(2)  seeing to the relevance and quality of the educational services offered by the school board;
(3)  making sure that the school board’s human, material and financial resources are managed effectively and efficiently;
(4)  carrying out any mandate entrusted to them by the council of commissioners, on a proposal by the chair, for the purpose of providing information to the other council members on any specific matter.
2008, c. 29, s. 19.