What is the evidence this new structure will improve the education system and benefit students?

Parents and Students

Dr. Glaze based her recommendations for what will work best in Nova Scotia on her review of the current system, input from more than 500 stakeholders she met with and 1,500 people who completed an online survey, and her extensive experience.

The changes will shift resources (including staff and funding) from administration and governance into classrooms to support students, and give parents and teachers a greater voice about priorities for their school. As an example, teaching support specialists, in areas such as math and literacy, will spend more time in schools working directly with classroom teachers to support student learning.