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AMHERST – Friday is the Survey Day for Nova Scotians to give their input on education in the province.

A group of students selected by Amherst Regional High School's vice principal particiapted in a round table discussion about changes they would like to see in the delivery of education in the province. The discussions are part of a provincial review which ends June 13. - File photo

The Minister's Panel on Education is encouraging all Nova Scotians to participate in Survey Day. The panel is asking students, parents, educators, seniors, business leaders, and community members to set aside a half hour to complete the Education Review Survey at home, in schools, libraries and Community Access Program (CAP) sites.

Nova Scotians will continue to have the oportiunity to give input until June 13.

Geographic location: Nova Scotians

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  • Doug.P
    May 30, 2014 - 08:20

    I keep telling them I don't want the government running schools and each and every time my suggestion is discarded and I am called names for suggesting it. When politicians decide the curriculum, which is the very premise of public schools, it isn't any wonder we grow up so screwed up.