The Centrale des unions du Québec (CSQ) receives the support of 95% of respondents to a CROP survey for the government to invest in education.
According to the results of the survey, the government must take advantage of the economic recovery to invest in order to improve the learning conditions of students and the services offered.
In addition, Quebeckers are more worried than last July about children’s academic success this year, when the percentage fell from 66% in July to 72% last December.
According to the regional president of the union of education workers of Eastern Quebec, Anne Bernier, a strong majority of respondents believe that the pandemic has highlighted the lack of personnel in a proportion of 84% and of resources. 81% material.
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