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A new survey of Quebecers' attitudes on education shows that two out of three prefer to have the right to send their children to any school in the province they choose, public or private.

 

The poll, conducted for The Gazette by Léger Marketing, asked whether students other than those now allowed, including franco-phones, should have access to English-language schools if they wish.

 

A total of 66 per cent of a representative sample of Quebecers agreed that they should - including a 61-per-cent clear majority of francophones.

 

Non-francophones were even more overwhelmingly in favour, at 87 per cent.

 

Women, at 71 per cent, were significantly more so than the 66 per cent of men who agreed.

 

Overall, 30 per cent disagreed - that is, 35 per cent of francophones and 11 per cent of non-francophones.

 

 

 

Read more: http://www.montrealgazette.com/life/Most+back+allowing+choice+schooling/3011261/story.html#ixzz0newGaF9e

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Ceci devrait mettre un terme aux discussions sur l'obligation de faires ses études collegiales(CÉGEP) en français.

 

Il est clair et net que la grande majoritée de Québecois ne veulent rien savoir de cette obligation!

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Ceci devrait mettre un terme aux discussions sur l'obligation de faires ses études collegiales(CÉGEP) en français.

 

Il est clair et net que la grande majoritée de Québecois ne veulent rien savoir de cette obligation!

 

Go tell that to PQ Language critic Pierre Curzi...I think it's about time HE hears what the people of Quebec have to say.

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