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The Manitoba Government Will Continue to Consult With Stakeholders on Education.

Education Minister Cliff Cullen says he’s not sure at what point the government decided to pull the education Bill 64 off the table.  He explains they spent a lot of time, they were engaged with teachers in every school division in the province, they reached out in a number of town halls with Manitobans, they engaged their parental engagement task force and their MLAs and Ministers were hearing feedback from Manitobans and from stakeholders and once they got an opportunity to collectively get together to discuss their options it became quite clear that people were not satisfied with the governance model they had in Bill 64 and those conversations just happened over the last several weeks.


Cullen adds they know Manitobans want to see some changes in education so they will continue to consult with education stakeholders and parents on their Better Education Strategy to move forward to improve education for the benefit of all students.

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