I-13.3, r. 6.01 - Homeschooling Regulation

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17. The Minister examines the reports on the student’s learning progress, taking into account the student’s ability and learning project. The parents must send to the Minister any information or document relevant to that examination.
If a report does not allow the student’s progress to be adequately assessed, the Minister must so inform the parents in writing, giving reasons. The Minister’s notice must contain appropriate recommendations to remedy the situation and also mention that a request may be made to the Minister to have the Minister evaluate the student’s progress.
Within 30 days after receiving such a notice, the parents must provide the Minister with a new report on the student’s progress, or request the Minister to evaluate the student’s progress.
644-2018O.C. 644-2018, s. 17.
In force: 2018-07-01
17. The Minister examines the reports on the student’s learning progress, taking into account the student’s ability and learning project. The parents must send to the Minister any information or document relevant to that examination.
If a report does not allow the student’s progress to be adequately assessed, the Minister must so inform the parents in writing, giving reasons. The Minister’s notice must contain appropriate recommendations to remedy the situation and also mention that a request may be made to the Minister to have the Minister evaluate the student’s progress.
Within 30 days after receiving such a notice, the parents must provide the Minister with a new report on the student’s progress, or request the Minister to evaluate the student’s progress.
644-2018O.C. 644-2018, s. 17.