I-13.3 - Education Act

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213. A school service centre may enter into an agreement, for the provision of instructional services at the preschool, elementary or secondary level, with another school service centre or an educational institution governed by the Act respecting private education (chapter E-9.1), or an educational body in Canada which provides educational services equivalent to those referred to in this Act.
A school service centre may enter into an agreement with another school service centre, a body or a person for the provision of student services and special educational services, literacy services or popular education services or for any purposes other than the provision of services referred to in the first paragraph.
Before entering into such an agreement, the school service centre shall consult every student of full age and the parents of every student likely to be concerned by such an agreement. In the case of a handicapped student or a student with a social maladjustment or a learning disability, the school service centre shall consult the advisory committee on services for handicapped students and students with social maladjustments or learning disabilities.
Under the terms of an agreement entered into under this section, a school service centre may also organize on-the-job training and apprenticeship internships.
1988, c. 84, s. 213; 1990, c. 8, s. 23; 1990, c. 78, s. 54; 1992, c. 68, s. 144, s. 156; 1997, c. 96, s. 52; 1997, c. 47, s. 20; 1997, c. 96, s. 52; 2020, c. 12020, c. 1, s. 103.
213. A school board may enter into an agreement, for the provision of instructional services at the preschool, elementary or secondary level, with another school board or an educational institution governed by the Act respecting private education (chapter E-9.1), or an educational body in Canada which provides educational services equivalent to those referred to in this Act.
A school board may enter into an agreement with another school board, a body or a person for the provision of student services and special educational services, literacy services or popular education services or for any purposes other than the provision of services referred to in the first paragraph.
Before entering into such an agreement, the school board shall consult every student of full age and the parents of every student likely to be concerned by such an agreement. In the case of a handicapped student or a student with a social maladjustment or a learning disability, the school board shall consult the advisory committee on services for handicapped students and students with social maladjustments or learning disabilities.
A school board may, pursuant to an agreement under this section, provide services to persons who do not come under its jurisdiction; it may also organize on-the-job training and apprenticeship programs.
1988, c. 84, s. 213; 1990, c. 8, s. 23; 1990, c. 78, s. 54; 1992, c. 68, s. 144, s. 156; 1997, c. 96, s. 52; 1997, c. 47, s. 20; 1997, c. 96, s. 52.
213. A school board may enter into an agreement, for the provision of instructional services at the preschool, elementary or secondary level, with another school board or an educational institution governed by the Act respecting private education (chapter E-9.1), or an educational body in Canada which provides educational services equivalent to those referred to in this Act.
A school board may enter into an agreement with another school board, a body or a person for the provision of student services and special educational services, literacy services or popular education services or for any purposes other than the provision of services referred to in the first paragraph.
Before entering into such an agreement, the school board shall consult every student of full age and the parents of every student likely to be concerned by such an agreement. In the case of a handicapped student or a student with a social maladjustment or a learning disability, the school board shall consult the advisory committee on services for handicapped students and students with social maladjustments or learning disabilities.
Nothing in sections 204 to 206 shall prevent a school board from providing, under the terms of an agreement, services to persons who do not come under its jurisdiction.
1988, c. 84, s. 213; 1990, c. 8, s. 23; 1990, c. 78, s. 54; 1992, c. 68, s. 144, s. 156; 1997, c. 96, s. 52.
213. A school board may enter into an agreement, for the provision of developmental and cognitive learning services or instructional services, with another school board or an educational institution governed by the Act respecting private education (chapter E-9.1), or school body in Canada which provides educational services equivalent to those contemplated by this Act.
A school board may enter into an agreement with another school board, or any body or person, for the provision of certain educational services to handicapped students or to students with social maladjustments or learning disabilities, for the provision of certain adult education services or for school purposes other than the provision of developmental and cognitive learning services or instructional services.
Before entering into such an agreement, the school board shall consult every student of full age and the parents of every student likely to be concerned by such an agreement.
Nothing in sections 204 to 206 shall prevent a school board from providing, under the terms of an agreement, services to persons who do not come under its jurisdiction.
1988, c. 84, s. 213; 1990, c. 8, s. 23; 1990, c. 78, s. 54; 1992, c. 68, s. 144, s. 156.
213. A school board may enter into an agreement, for the provision of developmental and cognitive learning services or instructional services, with another school board or an institution, within the meaning of the Act respecting private education (chapter E-9), or school body in Canada which provides educational services equivalent to those contemplated by this Act.
A school board may enter into an agreement with another school board, or any body or person, for the provision of certain educational services to handicapped students or to students with social maladjustments or learning disabilities, for the provision of certain adult education services or for school purposes other than the provision of developmental and cognitive learning services or instructional services.
Before entering into such an agreement, the school board shall consult every student of full age and the parents of every student likely to be concerned by such an agreement.
Nothing in sections 204 to 206 shall prevent a school board from providing, under the terms of an agreement, services to persons who do not come under its jurisdiction.
1988, c. 84, s. 213; 1990, c. 8, s. 23; 1990, c. 78, s. 54.
213. A school board may enter into an agreement, for the provision of developmental and cognitive learning services or instructional services, with another school board or an institution, within the meaning of the Act respecting private education (chapter E-9), or school body in Canada which provides educational services equivalent to those contemplated by this Act.
A school board may enter into an agreement with another school board, or any body or person, for the provision of certain educational services to handicapped students or to students with social maladjustments or learning disabilities, for the provision of certain educational services to adults or for school purposes other than the provision of developmental and cognitive learning services or instructional services.
Before entering into such an agreement, the school board shall consult every student of full age and the parents of every student likely to be concerned by such an agreement.
Nothing in sections 204 to 206 shall prevent a school board from providing, under the terms of an agreement, services to persons who do not come under its jurisdiction.
1988, c. 84, s. 213; 1990, c. 8, s. 23.
213. A school board may enter into an agreement, for the provision of developmental and cognitive learning services or instructional services, with another school board or an institution, within the meaning of the Act respecting private education (chapter E-9), that provides all or part of the educational services contemplated by this Act.
A school board may enter into an agreement with another school board, or any body or person, for the provision of certain educational services to handicapped students or to students with social maladjustments or learning disabilities, for the provision of certain educational services to adults or for school purposes other than the provision of developmental and cognitive learning services or instructional services.
Before entering into such an agreement, the school board shall consult every student of full age and the parents of every student likely to be concerned by such an agreement.
Nothing in sections 204 to 206 shall prevent a school board from providing, under the terms of an agreement, services to persons who do not come under its jurisdiction.
1988, c. 84, s. 213.