The LCEEQ has created a listing of the committees serving the English educational community as well as identifying the English-speaking representatives serving on central committees established by the Ministère de l'Éducation du Québec (MEQ). This online resource will help identify the title, the mandate and the membership of the various committees influencing education in Quebec.
Clicking on the committee name will provide you with detailed contact information as well as a detailed description of the committee and its responsibilities.
|Committee Title||Description||Contact email|
|DEEN Sub-committee - QSLiN||
The Quebec School Librarians Network (QSLiN) is the Libraries Sub-committee of the Directors of English Education Network (DEEN). The QSLiN mandate is to advocate for the revitalization of school libraries as learning commons, to promote literacy, and to assist in the education of students and the professional development of educators and school library personnel.
|DEEN Sub-committee - PLAY||
Purpose/Mandate: A sub-committee, established by formal written nomination from each school board to develop, plan and implement specific strategic actions arising from the priorities identified by DEEN. The Early Childhood Education sub-committee develops annual objectives in the following three focus areas:
|Association of Directors General of English School Boards of Québec (ADGESBQ)||
Purpose/Mandate: To influence the development of educational policies in Quebec and to promote the professional interests of its members.
|Association of Administrators of English Schools of Québec (AAESQ)||
Purpose/Mandate AAESQ's purpose is to:
|Administrators of Complementary Educational Services (ACES)||
|ACES Sub-committee – Special Needs Network of Anglophone Professionals (SNNAP)||
Purpose/Mandate: This sub-committee of ACES was created:
|ACES Sub-committee – C.R.E.A.T.E.||
Purpose/Mandate: The CREATE committee is a sub-committee of ACES. This sub-committee develops annual objectives related to Career Development and the Work-Oriented Training Path in the following three focus areas: