QC secondary teachers express concerns about impact of strike on cégep admissions

With the Front commun strike concluded, several secondary teachers in Québec are concerned about the impact of missed school days on their high school students’ cégep admissions. Journal de Québec reports that QC has postponed the deadline for teachers to send second report card grades, which could see students miss the first round of cégep admissions. One unnamed teacher from the Montreal area said that the situation—including the loss of over 20 days of class before the holidays— has left students feeling forgotten and put them at a disadvantage. The office of the minister of higher education said that cégeps have been “made aware” of the situation so that they can take it into account in the admissions process.

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