Centre Jules-Léger Consortium - In-Person Meeting Requirements
Nil. This is a legislative amendment
Bill or Act:
Summary of Proposal:
The Centre Jules-Léger Consortium (CJLC) is a consortium of the 12 French-language school boards working together to operate the Centre Jules-Léger (CJL) provincial school and demonstration school for students who are Deaf, blind, deafblind or who have severe learning difficulties.
Sections 8 and 9 of Schedule 1 of the Education Act require the CJLC to meet at least three times in each 12-month period and require the CJLC Chair or their designate to attend meetings in-person. If the Chair or d
Analysis of Regulatory Impact:
The primary benefit of the proposed legislative amendment is to provide the flexibility to amend meeting requirements for the CJLC through regulation, as the Ministry of Education has done with in-person and electronic meeting requirements for the province's 72 school boards during the course of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The ministry has not identified any costs to proceeding with the proposed legislative amendment.
There will be no direct impact on any education stakeholders other than the CJLC.
April 15, 2021
Comments Due Date:
May 24, 2021
French-language Education Policy and Programs Unit
French-Language Teaching, Learning and Achievement Division
Ministry of Education
315 Front Street West
Toronto, ON M7A 0B8