The Ministry of Education has set November 29th as the date when parents in Northeastern Ontario can provide input for what they believe the future of education in Ontario should look like.
The session is being set up as a phone town hall meeting where the public provides input from their home.
Participants have to register with the ministry to be part of the town hall meeting.
Click here to register and for additional information to take part in the consultation including completing an online form or how to make a submission as opposed to taking part in the phone session.
The ministry’s website will also ask you for your email address to remind you about the town hall phone session and you also need to give your phone number.
The public consultation examines several areas in education including financial literacy, standardized setting and how to teach sexual health.
The ministry also wants input on how to improve student performance with the STEM programs which are Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
The time for the phone town hall session is 6:30pm to 8:00pm.