Revue de presse

Québec pourrait réviser sa réforme de l'enseignement de l'histoire

Radio-Canada avec La Presse Canadienne, ICI Radio-Canada, 11 mars 2016.

Devant le mécontentement qui commence à se faire entendre, le gouvernement Couillard a ouvert la porte vendredi à une possible révision du nouveau programme d'enseignement de l'histoire du Québec et du Canada au secondaire, qui est à l'essai en ce moment dans certaines écoles.

Le ministre de l'Éducation, Sébastien Proulx, a plaidé pour un programme inclusif, qui ferait une place à toutes les communautés culturelles qui ont façonné le Québec.

Anglophones, minorities ignored in Quebec’s new history course, critics say

Giuseppe Valiante The Canadian Press, The Star, 10 mars 2016.

MONTREAL—A proposed high school history course being tested in some Quebec schools reflects a rigid nationalist ideology and diminishes the role of the province’s non-francophone communities, historians and teachers who have seen the details say.

Celine Cooper: Incoming Quebec history curriculum needs a rewrite

Celine Cooper, Montreal Gazette, 13 mars 2016.

The telling of history is a powerful thing. It comes as no surprise that the re-writing of Quebec’s Secondary 3 and 4 history program has sparked some public debate and controversy. The two-year program, focussing on Quebec and Canadian history, was developed in 2013-14 by the Parti Québécois government under then-premier Pauline Marois. Currently being piloted in a few high schools around the province, the program is scheduled for implementation in 2017-18.

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Opinion: Proposed new Quebec history course gives minorities short shrift

John Commins, Montreal Gazette, 10 mars 2016.

Despite the Parti Québécois’s defeat in the last election, at least one part of its conservative-nationalist agenda is still in the process of being realized: rewriting Quebec’s Secondary 3 and 4 history program.

The new course, which was created by the PQ during its last minority mandate, is currently being piloted at the Secondary 3 level and, according to Quebec’s Ministry of Education, is to be fully implemented in both years by 2017-18.

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