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- When school boards were formed, they gained title to these sections, which were then sold to fund the initial construction of schools.
- Burgh as well as parish schools now came under School Boards run by local committees.
- Sports-related job growth within education also will be driven by the decisions of local school boards.
- Note this is not universal across Canada (e.g., list of Ontario school boards).
- Some school boards expect your parents to supervise you while you do this work, or school staff may supervise you.
- Curricula, funding, teaching, and other policies are set through locally elected school boards by jurisdiction over school districts.
- Public schools are highly decentralized with funding and curriculum decisions taking place mostly at the local level through school boards.
- Public education in Alberta is a shared responsibility of the provincial government and local school boards.
- There's also a new website for parents to discuss schools and options: it's called The School Boards.
- Many school boards also use "high school"; for instance the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Board of Education uses "senior high school".
- As President, Rick worked with school boards, parents, teachers, and provincial governments to strengthen public education across Canada.
- The Education Act (Scotland) of 1872, the counterpart of the English act of 1870, placed schools under the jurisdiction of locally elected school boards.
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