Monthly Archives: September 2016

 

Edmonton public schools want community flex spaces

BY JANET FRENCH, EDMONTON JOURNAL Published on: September 21, 2016 Day cares, public libraries, and medical clinics could all find homes in new Edmonton public schools if the government will let boards include flexible spaces, public trustees say. The Edmonton public school board voted unanimously Tuesday to write to the ministers of education and infrastructure, […]
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Watch the board meeting as my ##epsb colleagues debate the block funding motion I am putting forward today: https://t.co/xX9VmQ8vQu
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