I-13.3, r. 6.01 - Homeschooling Regulation

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15. The parents must monitor the student’s progress during the learning project using one or more evaluation methods chosen from among the following:
(1)  an evaluation by the school service centre that has jurisdiction, including an examination it imposes under the second paragraph of section 231 of the Act, conducted according to the procedure it determines;
(2)  an evaluation by a private educational institution governed by the Act respecting private education (chapter E-9.1), conducted according to the procedure it determines;
(3)  an evaluation by a holder of a teaching licence;
(4)  an examination imposed by the Minister under the first paragraph of section 463 of the Act and administered by the school service centre that has jurisdiction; or
(5)  a portfolio submitted to the Minister.
Subparagraphs 1 to 3 of the first paragraph may not be construed as restricting the methods of evaluation to those generally used in the school setting, such as summative evaluations.
644-2018O.C. 644-2018, s. 15.
15. The parents must monitor the student’s progress during the learning project using one or more evaluation methods chosen from among the following:
(1)  an evaluation by the school board that has jurisdiction, including an examination it imposes under the second paragraph of section 231 of the Act, conducted according to the procedure it determines;
(2)  an evaluation by a private educational institution governed by the Act respecting private education (chapter E-9.1), conducted according to the procedure it determines;
(3)  an evaluation by a holder of a teaching licence;
(4)  an examination imposed by the Minister under the first paragraph of section 463 of the Act and administered by the school board that has jurisdiction; or
(5)  a portfolio submitted to the Minister.
Subparagraphs 1 to 3 of the first paragraph may not be construed as restricting the methods of evaluation to those generally used in the school setting, such as summative evaluations.
644-2018O.C. 644-2018, s. 15.
In force: 2018-07-01
15. The parents must monitor the student’s progress during the learning project using one or more evaluation methods chosen from among the following:
(1)  an evaluation by the school board that has jurisdiction, including an examination it imposes under the second paragraph of section 231 of the Act, conducted according to the procedure it determines;
(2)  an evaluation by a private educational institution governed by the Act respecting private education (chapter E-9.1), conducted according to the procedure it determines;
(3)  an evaluation by a holder of a teaching licence;
(4)  an examination imposed by the Minister under the first paragraph of section 463 of the Act and administered by the school board that has jurisdiction; or
(5)  a portfolio submitted to the Minister.
Subparagraphs 1 to 3 of the first paragraph may not be construed as restricting the methods of evaluation to those generally used in the school setting, such as summative evaluations.
644-2018O.C. 644-2018, s. 15.