THE TEACHER PROBATION SYSTEM IN QUEBEC: A DESCRIPTION AND CRITICAL ANALYSIS
AbstractThe purpose of this paper is to describe and discuss a new means of initiating beginning teachers into the teaching profession. The method was introduced through the passage of a regulation by the Ministry of Education in Quebec and made applicable to all beginning teachers within the Province, starting in 1971. In some school boards, the regulation was accepted and put into action, in other boards it was modified before implementation, while in others, to this day, it is not followed. In this paper, the new system will be defined, its implementation will he briefly discussed and then a critical analysis of the system will be presented.
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