Most part of my career was taking place in private school even I work now mostly in public sector. A big event
will stand in my home city next summer and its a privilege for me to invite you all. A group of two Federations of Private Schools and Colleges invite independent schools, associations of independent schools, government officials and university professors to participate in an international congress in Québec City, Canada from August 19th to the 22nd , 2008. In the same period, we will be celebrated with great pomp the 400th Anniversary of Champlain’s arrival
in town and the opportunity provided by this momentous celebration to invite private education establishments, their associations, government boards and agencies, as well as universities to an international convention. This convention is intended for those involved in pre-school education (4-5 yrs) and the following levels – primary or elementary education (6-11 yrs), secondary or high school education (12-16 years), and junior college education (17-19 yrs). Special needs education will also be represented. Time is up for call for presentations
but I'm sure that the organisators will extend the delay for edubloggers if they doing fast. All can be done on line
... The theme “Private education: tradition, culture and innovation” focuses on three important aspects. Tradition offers the guarantee of quality education; culture, through established values and norms, characterizes and distinguishes private education. Innovation as exerted here and elsewhere, has kept private education at the forefront in a multitude of areas, suggesting new ways of teaching, adapting to change as needed. Join us!