Evaluation of the Quebec Community Learning Centres: An English Minority Language Initiative

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Evaluation of the Quebec Community Learning Centres: An English Minority Language Initiative
Abstract
The Community Learning Centres (CLC) initiative is funded through the "Canada–Québec Agreement on Minority Language Education and Second Language Instruction". Launched in June 2006, the CLC initiative involves providing technical assistance as well as financial and other resources to 22 English language schools located throughout Quebec to help them become community schools or "Community Learning Centres". A community school is both a place and a set of partnerships between a school and the larger community with the aim of bring together various stakeholders in partnerships for youth development, lifelong learning, community engagement, family support and community health and safety. The purpose of the CLC initiative in Quebec is to help Anglophone schools secure their future in the regions in which they presently reside, and support and monitor the development of a diversified group of Community Learning Centres that become hubs for education and community development in the English-speaking community and serve as models for future practice.
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1
Place
Woburn, MA
Publisher
WestEd Learning Innovations Program
Date
2010
Language
en
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Lacireno-Paquet, Natalie. Evaluation of the Quebec Community Learning Centres: An English Minority Language Initiative. Vol. 1. Woburn, MA: WestEd Learning Innovations Program, 2010. http://www.learnquebec.ca/export/sites/learn/en/content/clc/documents/Evaluation_of_CLC_Initiative_-_Volume_1_xWest_Edx.pdf.
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