This chart from the Department of Education shows the new structure of the province's education system after the P.E.I. announced plans to shut down the English Language School Board.
The P.E.I. government continues its changes to the province's education system with the announcement of the new members of the Learning Partners Advisory Council.
More than 100 people applied to be founding members of the advisory council, which consists of 20 members who will provide policy directions for the education system.
Premier Wade MacLauchlan and UPEI professor Bill Whelan are the council's co-chairs.
The council includes 10 people involved in education, such representatives from UPEI, Holland College and the P.E.I. Teachers' Federation.