Liste des comités

Le COPRSAQ a créé une liste des comités qui servent la communauté éducative anglophone et a identifié les représentants/représentantes anglophones qui font partie de comités centraux institués par le Ministère de l'Éducation, du Loisir et du Sport (MELS). Cette ressource en ligne aidera à identifier le titre, le mandat et la composition des divers comités exerçant une influence sur l’éducation au Québec.

En cliquant sur le nom du comité, vous obtiendrez l’information contact détaillée ainsi qu’une description détaillée du comité et de ses responsabilités.

Filtre de la liste des comités: (veuillez choisir parmi la liste des filtres disponibles et cliquez sur “application”)

Nom du comité 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:
• Professional Development
• Materials and Resources
• Assessment and Evaluation
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:

  • Promote excellence in education,
  • Advance the professional status of educational administrators and secure their recognition as a vital and distinctive component of the education system,
  • Establish and maintain the principle that persons engaged in educational administration have adequate qualifications and training,
  • Promote a high standard of professional ethics among educational administrators,
  • Promote the growth of leadership in educational institutions,
  • Negotiate, on behalf of its active members, with the designated educational authorities, matters pertaining to salary, working conditions, and fringe benefits.
Administrators of Complementary Educational Services (ACES)


  • To support the school boards’ interpretation and application of MEQ policies, procedures and collective agreements as they relate to Complementary Educational Services.
  • To review the impact of programs and practices and make recommendations regarding services which support students with special needs and their teachers.
  • To respond and report to the Directors General regarding any matters of impact on school boards pertinent to Complementary Educational Services.
  • To receive a mandate from the Directors General on any matter pertinent to Complementary Educational Services.
  • To participate in various committees and working groups within MEQ in order to make recommendations regarding policies and guidelines as they relate to Complementary Educational Services.
  • To support and oversee the activities of the sub-committees of ACES, to liaise with their members on matters of common interest and concern and to provide active representation at sub-committee meetings.
  • To liaise with members of Directors of English Education Network (DEEN) on matters of common interest and concern.
ACES Sub-committee – Special Needs Network of Anglophone Professionals (SNNAP)

Purpose/Mandate: This sub-committee of ACES was created:

  • To maintain a professional network among all school boards, schools, and agencies that offer services to students with special needs in the English educational system of Quebec;
  • To assist school boards in the interpretation and application of MEQ policies and guidelines as they relate to students with special needs;
  • To make recommendations to its membership regarding best practices in the education of students with special needs;
  • To help maintain, support, and promote the work of the Centres of Excellence as defined through their mandates for the English network;
  • To establish a professional support network to the administrators and professionals of the English educational Community of Quebec;
  • To maintain links with universities and Centres of Excellence in order to remain current in the areas of research, professional development and best practices as they relate to students with special needs;
  • To encourage a direct liaison with MEQ in order to promote dialogue and collaboration with regards to trends, issues, and best practices for students with special needs;
  • To provide feedback and liaise with ACES.