P.E.I. government names education advisory council members

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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.

CLICK HERE TO SEE A LIST OF THE COUNCIL MEMBERS

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.

 

Organizations: Holland College, P.E.I. Teachers, Learning Partners Advisory Council.More than Eliot River Elementary School French Language School Board Canadian Mental Health Association Workplace Learning P.E.I. 21 Inc. Association of Newcomers Georgetown Elementary School Healthy Eating Alliance P.E.I. Home and School Federation

Geographic location: P.E.I., Lennox Island, West Prince

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  • Island Boy
    January 30, 2016 - 08:16

    Mary L. The reason you do not see direct "front line" teacher feedback is because the people designing the plan are "empire building" administrators. The senior executives involved are ADMINISTRATORS not LEADERS. Administrators collect information via administration to achieve self defined aims which both will add to their "empire" and cover their butts if things go awry. Leaders lead, get their information from those "in contact"; have a close, personal contact with those in the front line and use this information both to define aims that can be achieved and lead front liners by building on their knowledge and example to achieve a defined aim. Administrators collect paper to feather their own nests. Therefore, administrators like to do things in circles ! Leaders lead directly to achieve an a defined objective identified by front liners in direct contact.

  • Mary Lavigne
    January 29, 2016 - 15:16

    I do not see too much presentation from the front line workers in the classroom especially at the junior and senior high level.

  • Island Boy
    January 28, 2016 - 18:53

    Garth: For once I agree with you. Those who can do... those who cannot go in circles! The only reason committees like this are formed is because the Minister and Deputy Minister cannot make up their minds. No wonder students are "under achieving"... Better parents spend at least an hour a school night with students going over what was learned that day then spending their time in "circle meetings"... it is called PARENTING!

    • Garth Staples
      January 29, 2016 - 07:58

      Our students are surrounded by layers of offices all hoping to become important rather than operate as a disciplined team---a team with leadership skills.

  • Karl Proude
    January 28, 2016 - 17:45

    King Wade Rules the Roost again.

  • Garth Staples
    January 28, 2016 - 15:57

    My gawd look at the chart. How will anything get done?! I pity the subject in the centre of all this 'advice'.