QC university professors pen open letter against Bill 23


More than 240 university professors have signed an open letter calling for a review of the Government of Québec’s Bill 23. Addressed to Premier François Legault, the letter claims that the process under which Bill 23 was created suffered from a serious “democratic deficit” and lacked representation from QC’s education sector. The letter adds that Bill 23 has the potential to be one of the most important education reforms in decades and therefore requires additional consideration. Due to the issues with the development process, the letter concludes that the development of Bill 23 creates more problems than it solves and asserts that there is still time to review and redraw the bill collaboratively.

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