Cégep de Sherbrooke board directs management to modernize complaints process


La Tribune reports that Cégep de Sherbrooke’s Board of Directors has directed cégep leadership to modernize how it manages complaints and anchor this process in an institutional action plan before the end of next school year. The Association étudiante du Cégep de Sherbrooke (AÉCS) reportedly circulated a petition demanding the resignation of directeur général Éric Gagné and board president Isabelle Fontaine at the end of April, alleging that both leaders had remained silent in the face of student complaints. AÉCS told La Tribune that the board’s directive does not meet its expectations of a complete overhaul of the complaints process and it is still calling for an official apology from leadership.

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