I-13.3 - Education Act

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209. In order to carry out that function, the school service centre shall, in particular,
(1)  admit persons who come under its jurisdiction to educational services;
(2)  organize educational services or, if the school service centre can establish that its resources are insufficient or if the school service centre agrees to grant the request of parents, entrust the organization of educational services to another school service centre, a body or a person with which or whom it has entered into an agreement pursuant to any of sections 213, 214, 214.3 or 215.1, while making sure the services are provided as near the students’ place of residence as possible;
(3)  if it does not arrange certain vocational education programs or adult education services for which it receives no subsidies following a decision of the Minister pursuant to section 466 or 467, refer persons to a school service centre which provides such services.
In addition, a school service centre shall provide the educational services provided for in an agreement referred to in section 213 or 214. It shall also provide the services provided for in a decision of the Minister pursuant to section 468, to the extent indicated in that decision.
1988, c. 84, s. 209; 1990, c. 8, s. 21; 1990, c. 78, s. 38; 1997, c. 96, s. 48; 2020, c. 12020, c. 1, s. 97.
209. In order to carry out that function, the school board shall, in particular,
(1)  admit persons who come under its jurisdiction to educational services;
(2)  organize educational services or, if the school board can establish that its resources are insufficient or if the school board agrees to grant the request of parents, entrust the organization of educational services to another school board, a body or a person with which or whom it has entered into an agreement pursuant to any of sections 213, 214, 214.3 or 215.1, while making sure the services are provided as near the students’ place of residence as possible;
(3)  if it does not arrange certain vocational education programs or adult education services for which it receives no subsidies following a decision of the Minister pursuant to section 466 or 467, refer persons to a school board which provides such services.
In addition, a school board shall provide educational services to persons who come under the jurisdiction of another school board, to the extent indicated in a decision of the Minister pursuant to section 468.
1988, c. 84, s. 209; 1990, c. 8, s. 21; 1990, c. 78, s. 38; 1997, c. 96, s. 48; 2020, c. 12020, c. 1, s. 97.
209. In order to carry out that function, the school board shall, in particular,
(1)  admit persons who come under its jurisdiction to educational services;
(2)  organize educational services or, if the school board can establish that its resources are insufficient or if the school board agrees to grant the request of parents, entrust the organization of educational services to another school board, a body or a person with which or whom it has entered into an agreement pursuant to any of sections 213 to 215.1, while making sure the services are provided as near the students’ place of residence as possible;
(3)  if it does not arrange certain vocational education programs or adult education services for which it receives no subsidies following a decision of the Minister pursuant to section 466 or 467, refer persons to a school board which provides such services.
In addition, a school board shall provide educational services to persons who come under the jurisdiction of another school board, to the extent indicated in a decision of the Minister pursuant to section 468.
1988, c. 84, s. 209; 1990, c. 8, s. 21; 1990, c. 78, s. 38; 1997, c. 96, s. 48.
209. In order to carry out that function, the school board shall, in particular,
(1)  admit persons who come under its jurisdiction to educational services;
(2)  provide educational services or entrust the provision of educational services to the regional school board of which it forms part, or to a school board, body or person with whom it has entered into an agreement pursuant to any of sections 213 to 215;
(3)  if it does not arrange certain vocational education programs or adult education services for which it receives no subsidies following a decision of the Minister pursuant to section 466 or 467, refer persons to a school board which provides such services.
In addition, a school board shall provide educational services to persons who come under the jurisdiction of another school board, to the extent indicated in a decision of the Minister pursuant to section 467 or 468.
1988, c. 84, s. 209; 1990, c. 8, s. 21; 1990, c. 78, s. 38.
209. In order to carry out that function, the school board shall, in particular,
(1)  admit persons who come under its jurisdiction to educational services;
(2)  provide educational services or entrust the provision of educational services to the regional school board of which it forms part, or to a school board, body or person with whom it has entered into an agreement pursuant to any of sections 213 to 215;
(3)  if it does not arrange certain vocational training programs or adult educational services for which it receives no subsidies following a decision of the Minister pursuant to section 466 or 467, refer persons to a school board which provides such services.
In addition, a school board shall provide educational services to persons who come under the jurisdiction of another school board, to the extent indicated in a decision of the Minister pursuant to section 467 or 468.
1988, c. 84, s. 209; 1990, c. 8, s. 21.
209. In order to carry out that function, the school board shall, in particular,
(1)  admit persons who come under its jurisdiction to educational services;
(2)  provide educational services or entrust the provision of educational services to the regional school board of which it forms part, or to a school board, body or person with whom it has entered into an agreement pursuant to any of sections 213 to 215;
(3)  if it does not arrange certain vocational training programs or adult educational services for which it receives no subsidies following a decision of the Minister pursuant to section 466 or 467, refer persons to a school board which provides such services.
In addition, a school board shall assume the obligations provided for in subparagraph 2 of the first paragraph towards persons who come under the jurisdiction of another school board, to the extent indicated in a decision of the Minister pursuant to section 467 or 468.
1988, c. 84, s. 209.