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Quebec Government Launches Free Multi-Language Education Portal

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Education Minister, Jean-François Roberge, is proud to announce the official launch of the web platform The Open School .

Designed in a playful spirit and developed in an accessible format, the platform offers varied resources allowing parents and students to carry out activities of different natures, and this, in several subjects and at all school levels. These activities, whether academic, social or physical, will help to improve students’ knowledge and skills in a number of areas.

To access the open school platform, simply follow the following link: .

We do not make anything compulsory, but we give parents all the possible tools to support them and help them cultivate in their children the desire to learn through this crisis. Jean-François Roberge, Minister of Education and Higher Education

New content will be added every week. Additions making it easier to find activities for students with special needs will also be available soon.

This new initiative, combined with the weekly follow-ups that will be carried out by the members of the school team with all of the students and with the follow-ups of the various professional resources with vulnerable students, will make it possible to maintain the achievements of the students and to continue to stimulate their learning.

It is important to note that these activities are not compulsory and cannot be evaluated.

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