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The Education Act The provisions governing special education in Ontario were introduced into the Education Act by the Education Amendment Act, , more commonly known as Bill Purpose of education (2) The purpose of education is to provide students with the opportunity to realize their potential and develop into highly skilled, knowledgeable, caring citizens who contribute to their society. , c. 25, s. 1. Partners in education sector (3) All partners in the education sector, including the Minister, the Ministry and the boards, have a role to play in .
Description The Education Act specifies goals for Alberta’s Early Childhood Services to Grade 12 (ECS) education system and identifies the roles and responsibilities of the Ministry, school boards, charter schools, private schools, teachers, parents and students. The Act came into force on September 1, (9) Notwithstanding the Financial Administration Act, a District Education Council may, subject to the regulations, retain from year to year a budgetary surplus which the District Education Council has realized in its operations and any additional sums of money referred to in paragraphs (3)(b) and (c).